New-for-’13 Nissan Altima rolls of assembly line.
SMYRNA, TN – Nissan will not lay additional brick and mortar in the U.S. to increase capacity and pull closer to its goal of a 10% market share until the auto maker’s existing assembly plants reach their production limits. Nissan plans to move its massive Smyrna manufacturing operation to three shifts by the end of the year after it adds production of the Leaf electric vehicle and Rogue small cross/utility vehicle, bringing the number of models it builds here to eight. The ...
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