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Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012

New Serena hybrid drinks less gas

Kyodo

YOKOHAMA — Nissan Motor Co. on Wednesday released the new Serena S-Hybrid minivan, offering better fuel economy while maintaining a roomy interior.

The hybrid version of the popular model, Japan's top-selling minivan in the first half of the year, boasts fuel economy of 15.2 km per liter — up from the current version's 14.2 km — due to its compact hybrid system, according to Nissan.

The Serena S-Hybrid's will start retailing at ¥2.16 million, and is eligible for an eco-friendly tax break.



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