Ever since the Nissan Xterra hit showrooms in June, dealerships have had trouble keeping them in stock, the automaker reports. And, no surprise to Nissan Motor Corp. USA, early signs show a hefty chunk of buyers fit their mountain-biking, Gen X target market. What is surprising Nissan officials, however, is what dealerships are getting on trade-ins. Buyers of all ages are dumping a disproportionately high amount of performance-oriented cars — Firebirds, Camaros and trendy, souped-up Honda ...
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