SEATTLE – Infiniti’s all-new 3-row JX cross/utility vehicle, due next spring, heralds a concerted effort to lure women buyers to Nissan’s male-dominated luxury brand, the auto maker says. Historically, the brand’s bias toward performance largely has appealed to men, says Larry Dominique, chief product planner for Nissan Americas. “We still believe JX will deliver performance in that segment, but it will capture families,” he tells Ward’s here at a Nissan Versa media drive. Dominique ...
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