Nissan North America Inc. says it will achieve 1 million unit sales in the U.S. for fiscal 2004 some time today. “It only took us 47 years but we’re here,” Jed Connelly, senior vice president-sales and marketing-NNA, tells Ward’s of reaching the milestone. He jokes he hopes it won’t take another 47 to reach 2 million units. Nissan Altima propelling U.S. sales. Connelly says Nissan actually will bypass the million-unit mark by 12,000 units for the 12 months of Nissan’s fiscal 2004, ...

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