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From MotorTrend: If you're Nissan, trying to widen your sliver of the pickup-truck sales pie, you look for an underserved niche. In their search for such white space, the company's market sleuths discovered that each year about 75,000 customers step up from light-duty pickups to heavy duties and that another 75,000 migrate the other way. These 150,000 ditherers, Nissan reckons, just might be happier with an in-between option. So it's offering them the Titan XD, which makes its debut in Detroit and goes on sale in late 2015. Think of it as a Ford F-200 or GM/Ram 2000.
From Car and Driver:
The 2016 Nissan Titan is headed to the Detroit auto show for an official unveil, and Nissan has dropped the first teaser for the truck. The quick clip is a flag-waving salute to just how American this Japanese truck is, but were more interested in the first peek at the pickups nether regions...
Diaz Says Nissan Titan Diesel "Can't Come Soon Enough", Hints at Future Frontier
With the 2014 Ram 1500 EcoDiesel about to roll into showrooms, and Nissan making the announcement earlier in 2013 that the next Titan would be offered with an optional 5.0-liter Cummins turbodiesel, and General Motors announcing the option of a 2.8-liter diesel in the 2016 Chevrolet Colorado, diesel is making some major inroads into the light truck segment. But could it go further? When The Detroit News asked Nissan senior vice president for U.S. sales Fred Diaz when the Titan diesel would be coming, he only said "Not Soon Enough," but also hinted at technologies being considered for other future products.