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Nissan Cuts Incentives, Sells More Cars

In the market for reliable, affordable, point A-to-point B automobiles, Nissan is quickly catching up to Honda and Toyota.

In the first half of the year, Nissan shot by Hyundai in U.S. sales, moving 704,500 cars, a 13 percent increase over the same period a year earlier. Honda sold 739,400 vehicles in that time, but Nissan bested its Japanese rival in both February and March.