DETROIT – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. may be on a growth spurt, but all it expects from its next new entries, the Frontier compact pickup truck and Pathfinder SUV, is to maintain its traditional market share. Nissan Frontier is all-new this year. “The compact pickup truck segment has been declining over the last couple years because of the downward pressure from fullsize trucks,” says Jed Connelly, Nissan senior vice president-sales and marketing. “What we decided about two years ...
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