DETROIT – Sales of Nissan North America Inc.’s two brands are making gains in the first month of the year, despite a downturn in the U.S. economy. So says Mark McNabb, senior vice president-sales and marketing, who notes sales are “up, but struggling,” as the new-car market continues to feel the effects of a slumping economy. “I think (we’re) feeling pressure like everybody is,” he says. Nissan’s bright spot continues to be small cars, with the Versa subcompact “still doing very ...
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