• Nissan Looks Abroad to Sell More Trucks as New Rivals Arrive Stateside

    14 days ago - By Fortune

    As manufacturers brace for a bevy of new pickups crowding the market, one of the smallest players-still reeling from the dismissal of its top executive-is looking abroad to meet its sales goals.
    The Jeep Wrangler-based pickup debuting at this week's Los Angeles Auto Show is just one of several models to enter the lucrative truck segment over the next two years. Seeking a stronger foothold amid the new arrivals, Nissan has embarked upon an aggressive mid-term plan, targeting a 40% rise in global sales for its pickup trucks, SUVs and commercial vans, buses and trucks by 2022.
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