Loing says Sentra deserves to close gap with higher-volume Civic, Corolla.
NEW YORK – Having escaped the weather-related downturn that has plagued most car brands in the U.S. this year, Nissan has the portfolio to keep momentum going for the rest of 2014, predicts Pierre Loing, vice president-product strategy and planning Americas. The brand’s sales are nearly 12% ahead of 2013’s pace through the first two months, while Honda and Toyota are running closer to last year's rate. Loing says catching Honda for the No.2 spot among foreign marques is ...
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