LAS VEGAS — Unless Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. engineers point out which of the new Sentra compact cars carries the company's latest triumph — the first gasoline engine available in the U.S. which emits in compliance with the Calfornia Air Resources Board's (CARB) Super Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle (SULEV) standard — journalists test-driving various Sentra models here cannot tell the difference. Nissan engineers are quick to point out that the SULEV-compliant Sentra CA (the “CA” is for ...

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