DETROIT – With nearly a year before Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s first-ever fullsize pickup, the Titan, goes on sale, a significant fact surrounding the truck’s launch has been lost in the hype: company execs insist 70%-75% of Titan sales must be captured from other brands. In two words, that means "Big Three." Ford Motor Co., General Motors Corp., and DaimlerChrysler AG are the only established players in the U.S. fullsize truck market, with a bit role played by Toyota Motor Corp. and its ...
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