NISSAN NORTH AMERICA INC. says it is set to launch the world's first gasoline-powered car to meet super ultra low emissions vehicle, or SULEV, standards. The vehicle, scheduled for production starting next February, will be the all-new 2000 Sentra powered by a 1.8L inline 4-cyl., which Nissan will unveil in Detroit at the North American International Auto Show in January. Nissan says the car produces 25% of the hydrocarbons and 10% of the oxides of nitrogen as California's current cleanest ...

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