LOS ANGELES – Nissan North America Inc. officials confirm they are rethinking plans for a diesel-powered Maxima sedan, and it now appears a diesel version of the next-generation Titan fullsize pickup also may be in danger. “One thing we’re doing is waiting for more clarity in the (federal) regulations,” NNA spokesman Scott Vazin says at an Infiniti event here. “It’s up in the air right now.” The Maxima diesel, with an engine supplied by parent Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s French alliance ...

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