A QX56, the first Infiniti vehicle ever built outside Japan, rolled off Nissan North America Inc.’s Canton, MS, production line at 8:45 p.m. Jan. 20. Infiniti QX56 production launches. The Job One marks the fourth launch since Canton began production eight months ago – a pace Nissan calls unprecedented. Production of a fifth vehicle, the Altima midsize sedan, will get under way in June. The plant also builds the Nissan Titan fullsize pickup, Quest minivan and Pathfinder ...

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