DEARBORN – Nissan North America Inc. says clinics conducted with U.S. consumers to gage reaction to its Japanese-market Cube small car have gone well, but the auto maker says it still has no immediate plans to sell the Scion-fighter here. Jed Connelly, senior vice president-sales and marketing, says that focus groups gathered from among California’s beach communities have reacted favorably to the Cube, but Nissan still isn’t sure whether the car would strike a chord with buyers in the ...
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