TOKYO, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. , Japan's second-largest auto maker, said on Monday it would quadruple its output of vehicles with fuel-saving continuously variable transmission (CVT) systems in the next three years. It said it plans to sell around 1 million units of CVT-equipped cars worldwide in the year to March 2008, up from an estimated 250,000 in the current business year. Nissan had said on Feb. 18 it would increase annual output of CVT systems for cars, but did ...
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