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For Honda, the second time around could prove to be perfect timing. For years, both Toyota and Nissan have found the full-size pickup truck segment to be a tough nut to crack. With renewed interest in midsize trucks largely due to the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon twins from GM, this could be the opportune time for Honda to get back into the game.
a hatchback version of the second-generation model will arrive in dealer showrooms as a 2017 model. So, why the change of heart (or, more correctly, marketing perspective)? In a word, it's called "sales."
Despite the fact that the price of gasoline sits at under $3 a gallon in most parts of the U.S. of A., Honda isn't counting on it staying there and, besides, there's that corporate average fuel economy standard, albeit a bit flexible, of 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025 looming out there on the horizon.