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Nissan May Make Diesel Vehicles for U.S. Market

November 29, 2005

TOKYO --- Nissan Motor Co. might put diesel engines in large U.S. pickup truck and SUV models in an effort to cut emissions and improve fuel efficiency, according to Bloomberg News. Diesel vehicles accounted for 3.4 percent of U.S. sales of passenger vehicles last year, according to R.L. Polk & Co. data.
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