Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. is moving slowly towards a “recovery” in the U.S. market, as vehicle inventories and leasing rates are being reduced drastically. And Vice President and General Manager Michael Seergy says the company hopes new concepts — including a modern iteration of the “Z” sports coupe — will add to the comeback momentum. Mr. Seergy, speaking at the Detroit auto show, says Nissan's overall lease rate now stands at 17%, down from 30% at this time last year. Several years of ...
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