FARMINGTON HILLS, MI – As the launch of Nissan North America Inc.'s new '07 Altima Hybrid sedan gets closer, company officials say the vehicle is unlikely to be sold nationwide. When Nissan first announced plans for the Altima Hybrid, it said the vehicle was intended to satisfy vehicle emissions regulations in California and the Northeastern U.S. Hybrid version of Altima due next year. “We have not confirmed yet exactly which states (will sell the Altima Hybrid), but I think it's ...
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