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Nissan North America's July sales fell 3.2 percent to 128,295 vehicles as weak car sales dragged down rising truck sales, in line with the industry trend.
Crossovers may be the rage, but Honda, Nissan and Toyota have a long legacy of successful cars in the U.S. market, and each brand is keen to hang on to the considerable volume these segments still bring in every year.
Infiniti will enter 2018 with a pair of updated products that represent the brand's highest volume product potential.
Infiniti has killed its QX70 midsize crossover, effective immediately, as it prepares to shift more attention to other crossovers.
Ford Focus gets new look, bigger footprint for '19; Tesla starts making Model 3; Infiniti tops in mystery-shopper ranking; VW disclosure delay?; FCA design ace marks 25th year.
Nissan sold fewer cars and more light trucks in June, while Infiniti sold fewer trucks and more cars.
Aston Martin has cut production plans for its its Tesla-fighting RapidE electric model. The result, though, may be an even more exclusive car.
Nick Saban is popular enough to do just about anything he wants in college football-crazy Alabama. And what he wants to do now is sell cars.
NBA star Stephen Curry will be featured in advertisements for the redesigned Infiniti Q50 sport sedan, due for a launch around the world from August.
Mark Kaczynski, after six years as president of Nissan Motor Acceptance, is leaving his post to become vice president of administration and finance for Infiniti.
NBA's Curry to pitch Infiniti Q50; Takata name to fade away; Florida enacts dealer protection law; Ford shared bikes start rolling in S.F.; Why body-on-frame keeps on truckin.'
Nissan will make emergency automated braking standard on most of its car and truck lineup for the 2018 model year.
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