CASCAIS, Portugal – America’s fast-evolving movement away from large trucks and toward more fuel-efficient vehicles could pave the way for a broader lineup from Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., a top executive says. Speaking at a backgrounder here on Nissan’s global operations, Chief Operating Officer Toshiyuki Shiga says the auto maker made the right decision in offering two different small cross/utility vehicles, the Rogue for the U.S. and even smaller Qashqai/Dualis for Europe and Japan. But ...
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