Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., seriously considering a range of BMW 3-Series rivals, uses the recent Tokyo auto show to unveil its first potential variant. The Foria, a 14-ft. (4.4-m) long coupe built on a new rear-wheel-drive platform, currently is under evaluation as a replacement for the much-missed Sylvia/200SX. Nissan also is considering a disparate range of models built over a long, 106-in. (270-cm) wheelbase (the 3-Series is 109 ins. [277 cm]), to provide a Japanese competitor for the ...
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