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Nissan May Win U.S. Sales But Biggest Dealer Doesn’t Like How

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  • Analysts see Nissan posting best results amid October slowdown

When U.S. auto sales numbers arrive Tuesday, Nissan Motor Co. is expected to look pretty good -- or at least less bad than its competition. The Japanese automaker’s sales slipped just 1.5 percent in October, compared with drops of 6.9 percent for General Motors and 11 percent for Ford, analysts estimate.

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