NEW YORK — Ford Motor Co.'s '01 Windstar minivan, Toyota Motor Corp.'s Highlander, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.'s Infiniti division's '02 Q45, and the DaimlerChrysler AG's Sebring coupe and convertible models are among the vehicles to make their world debuts late last month at the 100th New York International Auto Show. Ford's new Windstar includes all of the safety innovations first introduced on the '01 Taurus/Sable and is the first minivan to offer stability control. It also includes motorized ...
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