VANCOUVER, B.C., Canada – The dent the Nissan Titan fullsize pickup makes in the North American auto industry may be more symbolic than actual. After all, the auto maker projects only 100,000 Titan sales annually, while Ford Motor Co. eyes the million mark for its new F-150. (See related story: New Nissan Products Aim to Address ‘Unmet Needs’) But those 100,000 vehicles do have to come from somewhere. Nissan seems to have a solid idea of its customer profile, and officials say about ...
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