BARCELONA — Renault SA and affiliate Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. will invest US$230 million in Nissan's plant here to build a Nissan version of the Renault Trafic/Opel Vivaro light commercial vehicle (LCV). Nissan's version, codename X83, will enter production in the second half of 2002, with sales following at Nissan dealerships in Europe. The company will build about 64,000 units of the LCV each year in Spain. The vehicle will be available as a van, combi, bus and chassis cab and will differ ...
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