Nissan to start making Dualis crossover in Japan


TOKYO, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co said on Thursday it would start building the popular Qashqai/Dualis crossover model at its Kyushu factory in southern Japan in early 2008, with annual output of 24,000 units. Nissan, Japan's third-biggest automaker, currently builds the SUV model at its U.K plant in Sunderland. The Sunderland factory has been working an extra shift to meet strong demand for the model in Europe and Japan. Nissan said it would spend 2.3 billion yen to prepare the ...

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