DETROIT – Nissan North America Inc. appears confident its upcoming new Sentra will resonate well with buyers after undergoing a year-long delay to tweak its design. The revamped Sentra initially was to bow in ’06. But when the car didn’t score as high as the auto maker hoped in consumer clinics, Nissan took it back to the drawing board in an effort to avoid a repeat of its experience with the radically styled Quest minivan. Sentra styling not likely to be as radical as Azeal concept’s ...

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