DETROIT – The first of the ’03 Nissan 350Z cars won’t hit U.S. dealers for another five months, but sales of the revived sports coupe already have reached 10% of target. Pre-sales of the Z, which began in mid-January, have topped 3,000 units, says Jed Connelly, senior vice president-sales and marketing for Nissan North America Inc. The auto maker, which forecasts sales of 30,000 units for the first full model year, plans to curtail the program at the end of April, when pre-orders are ...
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