Truck maker looks to NT500 exports to pick up domestic sales slack.
AVILA, Spain – Nissan launches production of its new lineup of NT500 light trucks at its sole European truck-assembly site in this city about 75 miles (120 km) northwest of Madrid. The new products range from 3.5 to 7.5 t, overlapping mainly with North American classes 2-4, and replace the Atleon brand that has been out of production since July. The name NT500 corresponds to Nissan’s new nomenclature: NV for vans, NT for trucks. As a consequence, the Cabstar, a range of light ...
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