Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. will build a compact cross/utility vehicle at its Sunderland, U.K., plant beginning in December 2006. Nissan says the model, codenamed P32L, will be based on its Qashqai concept car shown at last year’s Geneva auto show.(See related story: Nissan Close to Decision on Qashqai Production Vehicle) Nissan says the model, which blends the attributes of a people-carrier and hatchback, will go on sale in early 2007 and offer all-wheel drive. Initial production volume ...

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