Further evidence that American buyers prefer American trucks is the indifferent reception accorded the Titan. It doesn't help that this built-in-Mississippi truck hasn't been fully redesigned since its introduction nine years ago, and the lack of attention has driven sales down 80%. A thoroughly refreshed 2015 model due next spring will try to take up the slack. Nissan hopes to get back to a market share in the mid-single digits, up from this year's miserable 1.1%.
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