PEBBLE BEACH, CA – Nissan’s fullsize pickup truck, the Titan, should be “extremely competitive” in the face of newly redesigned contenders, a company official tells Ward’s. The Titan, which debuted as an ’04 model in 2003, has struggled in the fullsize truck market, making nary a dent in the sales of Big Three competitors. Sales this year are down 16.2% to 44,528 units, according to Ward’s data. Titan’s share of the U.S. pickup truck-segment through the second quarter is just 2.7%, far ...

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