A convertible version of the Nissan 350Z sports car will hit dealers in late spring or early summer, soon after it bows at the New York auto show. Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. plans to sell 6,000 units of the sporty roadster annually, Jed Connelly, Nissan senior vice president-sales and marketing, tells Ward's. That’s about 25% of projected annual Z sales. Nissan plans convertible version of popular 350Z. If initial demand for the coupe is any indication, Nissan has every right to ...
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