Although it is getting set to roll out its first big pickup truck, Nissan North America Inc. says it isn’t about to forget about the car side of the business. Altima sales are topping expectations, Nissan says. "We never lost focus on cars to begin with,” says Jed Connelly, senior vice president-sales and marketing. “We watch market trends, but trends seem to change every six months. For example, six months ago most folks couldn't spell crossover and now everyone has one." ...
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