Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. announces it will sell the SM3 compact sedan, built by Renault-Samsung Motors Inc. in South Korea, in various markets worldwide. It marks the first time Nissan will source a vehicle from the country. Production of the Nissan version of the model will commence in January at RSM's Busan, South Korea, facility. Some 30,000 units annually are slated for Nissan. The SM3, on sale domestically since 2002, is based on Nissan's Sunny and Almera models, which carry the ...

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