NEW YORK – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. is targeting buyers who want to personalize their vehicles with the late-April U.S. introduction of its third-generation Cube cross/utility vehicle. The compact-sized Cube, which is built at Nissan’s Kanagawa plant in Japan, has only been sold in the home market since its first generation was introduced in 1998. Now Nissan takes aim at the Honda Fit and Scion xB that have enjoyed considerable success in the U.S. Larry Dominique, Nissan’s vice president ...
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