VANCOUVER – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. is unsure if its Leaf electric vehicle will be redone as often as more conventional models on the market. Most cars sold in the U.S. today with internal-combustion engines go through a full redesign every four or five years. But Larry Dominique, Nissan North America Inc.’s chief product planner, says whether the Leaf will see a next generation that soon remains undecided. The car goes on sale in December in select U.S. states, mostly in the West, ...

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