VANCOUVER – Expectations are riding high on Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s truck platform, which supports the soon-to-bow Titan fullsize pickup, Pathfinder Armada SUV and a similar, Infiniti-badged SUV. The truck platform, which officials say “easily” cost more than $1 billion to develop – not counting the $1 billion-Canton, MS, plant built to produce the vehicles – carries with it the hopes of more than turning Nissan into a full-market player. It also is significant in leading the auto maker to ...
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