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Nissan Canada provides updates on supplying vehicles

Nissan Canada is pleased to announce that two months after the earthquake and devastating tsunami in Japan, the level of supply in the Canadian market achieved its objective. The efforts made by Nissan Motor Limited helped rebuild the Japanese production. The Plants of the United States and Mexico, which produce 60% of vehicles intended for the Canadian market, have confirmed that the level of supply in Canada remains unchanged. In addition, all plants assess their ability to increase their production volumes in anticipation of strong demand.

"Nissan and its employees were very lucky to escape largely to the devastation caused by the earthquake and tsunami and are a key element in the restoration of the Japanese economy as a result of these natural disasters," stated Allen Childs, President of Nissan Canada Inc. "In Canada, we are pleased to confirm inventory with an average of 70 days, the level of supply of vehicles is normal, which is especially important in the spring because the demand the clientele is high. "

Despite the earthquake and tsunami, Nissan global production reached a record high over the past year, from 1 April 2010 until 31 March 2011, with an increase of 24.5% and 4,210,000 of units. Japanese production alone has increased by 4.6% to reach 1.07 million cars due to the sharp rise in demand for Juke, Rogue and Infiniti QX56.

This year, Nissan Canada is selling a number of stunning new models to maintain a high demand. This fall, the Nissan LEAF will make its entry in the Canadian market. This is the very first fully electric car Affordable commercialized on a large scale, which is not equipped with an exhaust pipe and therefore not emission free. At the end of the summer, the all-new 2012 Nissan Versa Sedan will make its appearance on Canadian roads, providing a host of innovations as well as exceptional fuel economy.

Regarding Infiniti M35h new 2012 (hybrid) that combines performance, luxury and durability without compromise arrive in Canadian dealerships in late spring. Showing the power of a V8 and the consumption of a 4-cylinder, the new Infiniti M Hybrid will encourage drivers to take a fresh look at hybrid vehicles.

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