why it was stopped the manufacturing of pickup truck in Usa

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Asked by Oct 15, 2007 at 01:30 AM about the 1995 Mitsubishi Mighty Max Pickup

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The only thing I can find is that when the Dodge Dakota was introduced into the market, in 1987, there was less emphasis on the Mighty Max.

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but please explain it to me..the toyota pick up trucks are very well accepted in the USA and i can assure you that mitsubishi( or dodge ram 50 or plymouth arrow, etc) are so excelents pick ups like other japanese introduced in the USA market...what have the people seen bad in the three diamnond mark

no one could put the bed on straight, i have no idea.

The dodge dakota little pick ups have the Mitsubishi engine in them.

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The mitsubishi mighty max was phased out of production in the USA because of other manufacturers pickups like Chevy s10 Toyota sr5 pickup and ford ranger which cost just as much with alot more power and options.

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