AUSTIN, TX – Despite adding new product in the U.S. at a blistering pace over the last several years, Nissan North America Inc. executives are uncharacteristically reserved when it comes to the subject of alternative powertrains. However, it appears plans are in the works. Nissan says bringing diesel vehicles to the North American market is on tap but is mum on when this might occur. Nissan Titan likely to get diesel. And the auto maker has announced plans for a hybrid ...
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