Nissan North America Inc. is on the verge of making history in 2004: It may see its U.S. sales increase an astounding 200,000 units from 2003. Nissan's surge in 2004 will come from its Titan pickup, among other new product offerings. Since the late 1950s, year-to-year increases of this magnitude only have been accomplished by the U.S. Big Three auto makers, each of which has several times the market share of Nissan. So far the biggest year-to-year gain by a non-Big Three ...

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