According to today’s Wall Street Journal (may require subscription to read), the large truck market has been showing steady signs of weakening in what is arguably its most fashionable home: Texas. High gasoline prices are clearly the main reason, rather than a sudden affection for cute volkswagons. Nonetheless, it’s a real market shift in one of the strongest big-car holdouts, and it’s likely to continue for the indefinite future.
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