Nissan North America Inc.'s new '07 Sentra compact sedan is off to a slow start in the U.S. On sale since October, Sentra sales have slumped three of the past four months, Ward's data shows. November sales were down 5.6% to 7,975 units from prior-year's 8,450. December deliveries picked up the slack, increasing 4.4% to 7,311 units from 7,270 in like-2005, but were followed by a 22.9% slide in January and 16.6% drop in February, according to Ward's data. Fred Suckow, NNA ...

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