The Japanese automaker is planning to introduce the Nissan Titan to other countries where the pickup trucks are required the most. According to the automaker, pick up trucks like the Nissan Titan appeal to the North American consumers.
“We are now looking at other markets where we can introduce the full-size pickup,” said Ashwani Gupta, senior vice president of the Renault-Nissan Alliance.
Nissan is associated with the Renault-Nissan Alliance LCV unit. The company is considering to introduce the Nissan Titan in the Middle East, China, and Australia.
“In the U.S., Titan sales have grown 224 percent year-over-year with 35,549 units sold through September 2017. That pales in comparison to the Ford F-Series however, which has seen 658,636 units moved off dealership lots over the same period,” Autoguide wrote.