Nissan North America Inc.’s Infiniti luxury brand has been missing a flagship sedan since the auto maker nixed the Q from its lineup three years ago, But not anymore, says Infiniti Vice President Ben Poore, who believes the next-generation midsize M sedan, going on sale next spring, is the ideal replacement for the bigger Q, launching at a time when even luxury buyers are watching what they spend. “You could argue that as we go into the next couple of years (midsize) will be a very ...
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