Nissan Redesigns a Japanese Icon

Business Week

It will also be the first time the Japanese vehicle is legitimately available in the U.S., and not simply as a legally suspect import on the grey market for exotic cars. "This is a true enthusiast's car," says Mark McNabb, Nissan's senior vice-president for sales and marketing. "And it'll beat the pants off anything out there."

Legally suspect.... hey we got VCP-17 passed by the NHTSA. Motorex did crash testing. Hater...

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