SEATTLE – Nissan North America Inc.’s Infiniti brand would like to offer a smaller V-6 in its lineup, a discussion is under way in Japan over whether the 2.5L version of its lauded VQ engine series is right for the U.S. “There’s some within Infiniti in Japan, purists, who don’t feel the engine is right for the U.S. market,” Mark Igo, Infiniti vice president and general manager, tells Ward's at a media event here this week. In Japan, Nissan offers its Skyline sedan (Infiniti G35 in the ...

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