Nissan’s D platform is poised to account for more North American production than any other car platform this year, a first-time achievement for the auto maker, according to WardsAuto data. Ford’s CD3 platform appears set to replace Nissan as the second-place finisher, moving up from fourth spot in 2010. Toyota, which has claimed the crown every year since 2007 with an assortment of platforms, is not represented among the top five. Through November, Nissan’s D ...
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