California Autos Examiner

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Nissan: Diesel Maxima in "Holding pattern" Next Quest "Will look very different"

In a recent interview with Automotive News, Nissan North America's senior VP of sales and marketing, Brian Carolin, said that the current economic crisis has placed the diesel Maxima on hold. In addition the next Quest minivan will be a much changed product with a sharper focus on what the market wants. Infiniti is looking at less expensive models, but nothing firm at this point while on the upper end there is currently no plan for a new flagship to replace the extinct Q45. Nissan has signed off on the final design of the next Titan pickup, which will be assembled by Chrysler.

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