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Nissan hopes return to compact segment will spur growth


After many years without a true compact car in the line-up, Nissan aims to introduce a new hatchback that should drive the brand’s growth to a 5% European market share. Back in 2006, Nissan ended production of its Almera model – which was not immediately replaced and the Tiida follow up was only limitedly available since 2007 in several countries. For ...
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