Nissan Motor Corp. U.S.A. is hoping its hot new 143-mph Maxima family sedan will be seen as a better alternative to the best-selling — but boring — Toyota Camry and Honda Accord, and bolster the company's flagging image and sales in the process. Nissan's Infiniti luxury division is hoping the Maxima-based I-30 near-luxury sedan will do the same for its fortunes, luring buyers away from the segment-dominating Lexus ES300 and other competitors. Although other Infiniti models such as the ...
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