Nissan North America Inc. says it is studying moving production of its Quest minivan from its Canton, MS, plant to a Japanese facility. The move reportedly would make room for a heavy-duty version of the Titan fullsize pickup truck, also assembled at Canton. Last year, the Quest comprised 11.9% of Canton’s 341,210-unit output, a Nissan spokesman says. Canton’s total capacity is 400,000 units annually. Nissan has long discussed adding a heavy-duty version of the Titan to boost sales, as ...

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