A Nissan North America Inc. official says it’s too early to discuss what variations and engines a forthcoming Nissan version of the Dodge Ram might feature, but he assures it will offer greater variations than the current slow-selling Titan fullsize pickup truck. Nissan and Chrysler LLC late yesterday announced new OEM product pacts that call for Chrysler to supply a Nissan-designed version of the Ram, with sales beginning in North America in 2011, and Nissan to build a Chrysler-designed ...

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