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Nissan's Rogue crossover was one of just two nonpickup nameplates to sell more than 400,000 units in 2017. It wasn't predicted a few years ago.
The industry has witnessed two automakers tacitly acknowledging this month that they got their new factory plans wrong.
The biggest volumes earn the attention of suppliers, technology innovators, deal-makers and governments.
'Audacious' leader Ghosn tough act to follow at Nissan; Tavares' Opel ambition: Create 'European car champion'; Stabbing at GM plant; Mercedes creates special-edition roadsters.
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