Nissan's plan to provide New York City's "Taxi of Tomorrow" could hit a bump in the road, according to a recent report.
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Over the next few years, Nissan will focus on not only how to increase sales, but also how to cut production costs.
Owners of Nissan midsize trucks and SUVs with problem-prone automatic transmissions may find a surprisingly high level of apathy from the Japanese automaker when they take their vehicles in for service.