DETROIT – Nissan North America Inc. calls its pricing strategy for the new Titan fullsize pickup truck “realistic.” That is to say base prices for the various trim levels – announced at an Automotive Press Assn. meeting here today – do not factor in anticipated price reductions for any incentives programs. Jed Connelly “We don’t plan to do incentives,” says Jed Connelly, NNA senior vice president-sales and marketing. Other auto makers have made similar pronouncements and ...
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