FARMINGTON HILLS, MI – Nissan North America Inc.’s fullsize Titan pickup truck will do about the same volume this year as it did last year, the auto maker’s U.S. sales head says. Jed Connelly, NNA senior vice president-sales and marketing, says Titan again likely will miss its annual sales goal of 100,000 units set with its debut two years ago. Nissan delivered 83,848 Titans in the U.S. in calendar 2004, and 91,296 in the most recent fiscal year that ended March 31, 2005. Nissan ...
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