AUSTIN, TX – With just one full month left in 2004, Nissan North America Inc. has no plans to raise incentives on its Titan fullsize pickup, despite being on track to miss its calendar 2004 sales goal by almost 15,000 units. Jed Connelly, senior vice president-sales and marketing for NNA, says raising incentives on Nissan’s fullsize truck to hit the 100,000-unit goal for the year is not likely in the homestretch, adding Nissan will do “nothing dramatic just to chase volume.” (See related ...

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