NOVI, MI – A top Nissan North America Inc. official says the auto maker may pursue a next-generation Titan fullsize pickup truck on its own should a deal with Chrysler LLC fall through. Chrysler and Nissan have a memorandum of understanding that the next Titan will be based on the redesigned-for-’09 Dodge Ram. The proposal also calls for Chrysler to assemble the truck at its plant in Saltillo, Mexico. But the near-death status of the Auburn Hills, MI-based auto maker has forced Nissan ...

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