FARMINGTON HILLS, MI – In an effort to catch problems before the ’14 Rogue cross/utility vehicle finds its way onto U.S. driveways, Nissan has instituted what it calls “hard-to-fail” pre-production checks. The new quality system seeks to make sure the assembly process is foolproof, or “hard to fail,” and comes as a clear reaction to lessons learned with previous new-vehicle launches, Carla Bailo, senior vice president-research and development at Nissan ...

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