Nissan North America Inc. will expand its U.S. offerings in 2006 with two versions of its global B-segment small car to be built at its Aguascalientes, Mexico, facility, which will receive $800 million in improvements to handle the increased production. The vehicle, to be called Versa in North America and known as the Tiida throughout the rest of the world, will be the entry-level point of Nissan's revised '07 model car lineup, which will include all-new Sentra and Altima sedans and an ...
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