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Bob Lutz didn't think Nissan could be saved. At that moment in the late 1990s, Nissan was on the brink of failure. Then entered Carlos Ghosn.
NADA in New Orleans. Right after a second straight year of 17 million U.S. auto sales. That's not just the backdrop for this year's convention.
Inside baseball? Or Ford's slap at the spirit of cooperation that holds big auto shows together?
Not long ago, the idea of dealerships dispatching service technicians to car owners' homes or workplaces would have been far-fetched. Not any more.
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