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Selling more Nissan Titans involves sales training in how the pickup works -- and dealership training on how to sell it.
Nissan will ship the U.S.-built Titan pickup to China as the company and its Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance explore more commercial opportunities around the world.
Still in launch mode for the Titan pickup in the U.S. market, Nissan is contemplating selling the full-size truck to various global markets.
Nissan's newest Titan TV ad inserts a belly laugh into the solemn no-nonsense world of advertising big pickups.
New models are supposed to burst onto the market, suddenly visible and available everywhere, in showrooms and ad campaigns and on the street. Not so for the Nissan Titan.
Making auctions safer places; Nissan Titan's four-city focus; Mercedes technology that hits home; Audi e-tron Sportback set for U.S.; What's Jeep got to hide?
Trucks help boost Ford profit; Transit van, F-150 recalled; Hyundai earnings fall; Lawyer: Paul Walker's daughter, Porsche settle; Hot Wheels Camaro; Nissan Titan going global?
Tax threat has PSA questioning U.S. plans; Nissan seeking France's Renault stake?; Jag I-Pace, Ram 1500 prices; GM outsold in S. Korea; BMW eyeing Russia; This king cab cooks 'cue.
Nissan to export Titan from Miss. to China, exec hints at need for new U.S. plant; VW factory shuffle; Ford phasing out C-Max in U.S.; Honda Odyssey recall; Why Adient is adapting.
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