Nov 20 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co, hoping to boost disappointing sales for the Leaf electric car, on Tuesday said it has improved the driving range of its alternative-fuel vehicle by 14 percent and lowered its price tag. Nissan officials said changes to the remodeled Leaf, shown Tuesday in Tokyo, were based on comments from customers who voiced fears of their vehicle running out of its electric charge and stranding them. Electric vehicles, ...
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