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Nissan Suspends Heavy-Duty Pickup Program

March 22, 2007

Automotive News reports that Nissan plans to suspend the development of its heavy-duty three-quarter and 1-ton Titan pickup. Nissan suspended the program because the risk was too high, Nissan's Executive Vice President Carlos Tavares said in the Automotive News report. The article also mentioned that Nissan will stop production on Pathfinder and Armada, its body-on-frame SUVs, when the product cycles end.
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