Nissan Goes it Alone with the Next Titan Pickup

Before Chrysler declared bankruptcy and Fiat stepped in to hopefully save the barely surviving automaker, Nissan and Chrysler announced a partnership that would yield a new truck that would replace the current Nissan Titan. Well now that, that deal is off Nissan has stated that it remains committed to the full size truck market.

“We ‘re pretty much going it alone,” says Nissan spokesman Scott Vazin. Vazin didn’t state when we can expect to see a new Titan, but it is expected soon. It can’t come soon enough since Nissan only sold 16,894 Titans in the first eleven months of this year compared to the best-selling Ford F-Series, which sold 365,416 units over the same period.

Full Story: USA Today

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