• Apr 19th 2006 at 5:02PM
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Nissan North America has decided to cut production of the Nissan Titan, which is pushing a 100-day pileup and is down over 20,000 units and 1.7 percent as compared with last year. Nissan says it would like to lessen the supply to 75 days or less.

The problem is one often experienced by automakers these days -- General Motors and Ford are both cutting production in various areas, while DaimlerChrysler is giving dealers and consumers alike huge incentives to take some models in the DCX lineup.

[Source: TruckBlog]

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