Infiniti takes measures to revive flagging sales of its flagship sedan, the Q45, just 18 months after its initial launch. Sales of the Q45 have been sluggish The luxury sedan was meant to be the image-building product that kicked off a revival for Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s luxury division. But sales have not come close to meeting expectations. Deliveries this year of 3,049 units through September mark a 33% decline from like-2001 totals and fall far short of initial minimum sales ...

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