DEL MAR, CA – Nissan North America Inc. sees the minivan segment stabilizing at the 500,000-unit mark, largely thanks to new product such as its own upcoming ’11 Quest. While minivan sales have tumbled in recent years – from 1,082,332 sold in 2005, the last year the segment surpassed 1 million units – to just 438,808 through November, according to Ward’s data, Nissan believes the market’s new offerings could stem the bleeding. “I think that’s going to cause some resurgence in the ...

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