SAN DIEGO – Nissan’s entry into the U.S. commercial-vehicle market with its fullsize NV cargo van in late 2011 so far is off to a slow start, but the auto maker expects sales of its recently launched the smaller NV200 to accelerate because there are fewer competitors in the segment. The large NV van delivered just 10,179 units in 2012 and 6,173 this year through June, according to WardsAuto data. The smaller NV200, launched in the U.S. in March, sold 1,081 units through ...

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