NASHVILLE – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. has made a name for its Infiniti luxury brand by taking the “more is more” approach, but that philosophy may be changing. Mark Igo, vice president and general manager-Infiniti, says while customers have come to expect blistering acceleration in conjunction with ever-increasing horsepower, exploring better ways to marry fuel efficiency and performance is becoming more of a priority. “I think (buyers) want to make sure they’re getting value for the money ...
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