AUSTIN, TX – After launching a spate of mid-range and high-priced car and light truck models over the last few years, Nissan North America Inc. now is shifting its attention to improving the lower end of its U.S. lineup. Currently Nissan offers just one entry-level model in the U.S., the Sentra sedan. It is due for a revamp for ’07, and is part of Nissan’s effort to attract the coveted Generation Y/Generation X youth market buyer with more affordable offerings. Nissan Sentra Nissan ...

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