General Motors plans to return to the midsize truck market next year with two trucks a little bigger than Toyota's Tacoma, targeting younger, more active buyers.

GM North America President Mark Reuss said Tuesday the new trucks likely will be revealed in the fall, but it's not been decided whether the debut will be at the Los Angeles Auto Show, whose press days are Nov. 20-21.

None of the Detroit automakers currently makes a smaller-than-full-size truck: GM phased out production last year of its smaller trucks, the GMC Canyon and Chevy Colorado; Chrysler ended the Dodge Dakota in 2011; and Ford produced its last Ranger for North America that same year. The domestic automakers have left the segment to Toyota's Tacoma and Nissan's Frontier.

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GM Planning To Dominate Tacoma And Frontier With New Mid Sized Trucks

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