Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. is considering selling its tiny March or Cube models in the U.S., top Nissan officials tell Ward’s. Nissan March The stylish subcompacts, popular in Japan, may be part of an emerging subcompact trend here, brought on by the popular Mini Cooper as well as the forthcoming Toyota Motor Corp. Scion vehicles, the xA and xB subcompacts. (see related story: Toyota Kicks Off New Scion Brand with Two New Cars) Honda Motor Co. Ltd. also has shown interest in ...

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