TOKYO -- Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. engineers say their "Extroid" continuously variable transmission, which has been fitted to production cars in Japan for two years, may be coming to the U.S. in a couple of years. Still to be resolved are cold-weather viscosity issues concerning the transmission's unique "traction fluid."

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