PARIS – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. is separating its light-commercial-vehicle strategy from alliance-partner Renault SA for key models in Europe, as it attempts to meet the group’s goal of doubling income from the segment by 2012. Nissan already has developed its own small van, the NV200, which replaces the Kubistar, a rebadged version of the Renault Kangoo. At next week’s biennial IAA truck show in Hanover, Germany, Nissan is expected to launch the NV400, a replacement for the large ...

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