SEATTLE – Nissan appears to be tempting fate by launching the all-new Versa without a hatchback version, which helped make the trendy vehicle the U.S.-market’s top-selling B-car. The redesigned ’12 Versa, which goes on sale in August, will arrive in U.S. showrooms only as a sedan. But the auto maker’s top North American product planner is unfazed, noting the ’12 hatch will be carried over from prior model-year. “It just happened to be when the first generation was developed, (the Versa ...
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