TOKYO – Despite having applied for U.S. trademarks on a variety of diesel monikers, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. says it still hasn’t decided if it will offer oil-burners in its Infiniti luxury lineup. Whether it pulls the trigger for Infiniti depends on success of the upcoming Nissan Maxima diesel, insiders say. Internet auto enthusiasts are abuzz over Nissan’s Aug. 16 filing with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for protection of EX30D, FX30D, M30D and G30D, believing the “D” to ...
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