Bill Kirrane, newly installed vice president of the Nissan Div. of Nissan North America Inc. says the division's 16.3% hike in sales so far this year comes without Nissan playing the market's heavy incentive game. Mr. Kirrane says from July 1999 to July 2000, average Nissan incentives decreased a resounding 40%, to about $1,100 per vehicle. Despite that, its sales growth outpaced chief rivals Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. and American Honda Motor Co. Inc. Nissan also is aligning its ...
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