Within an 18-month window that started late last year with the launch of the redesigned Quest minivan, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. will replace or substantially revise every vehicle in its lineup. The resurging Japanese automaker believes ardently in the strength of these new offerings and thinks their inherent qualities and proper positioning in the market will mean the company can kiss goodbye the days of heavy incentives to move inferior product. “July is going to be the moment of truth for ...

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