Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. believes it can lift its annual U.S. sales from 700,000 units to 1 million by 2003 by introducing a variety of new products, including a full-size pickup and sport/utility vehicle. “Our long term market share targets are between 5%-6%, and last year we finished at 4% and we want to continue to grow,” says Jed Connelly, general manager of Nissan Div. “I think our long term goal between the Nissan and Infiniti divisions, in the current environment, we'd say we want to ...

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