NEW YORK – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. has all but killed the idea of bringing a subcompact car to the U.S. market because the auto maker can’t find a way to make it profitable, Nissan officials tell Ward’s. Nissan has buried plans to bring the cube/march to the U.S. market. Nissan as recently as during the Detroit auto show in January was seriously considering bringing a version of the Cube or the March subcompact, both sold in Japan, to the U.S. But when Toyota Motor Corp. announced ...

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