Nissan is the market for commercial utilities
Despite the vagaries of the economic conditions Nord Americaine even global Nissan gives all the same suite has its plans to offer in North America, a range of new commercial vehicles a commercial vocation, provided among other companies that have a besion fleet of delivery vehicles. These are three separate vehicles, some of which will be assembled at our neighbors to the south, over the next three years. Which one of them will be available in Canada next spring. To demonstrate the seriousness brings us by a manufacturer wanting to implement this very important niche, it presents us with a conceptual utility vehicle sales very revealing, the NV2500.
The latter, which is designed and developed based on the Titan truck will obviously assembled in the factory in Canton, Mississippi. It is the decision of a business more logical, in order to maximize the return on investments incurred by the implementation of this factory. The NV2500 is a delivery vehicle called multi configurations that can meet many specific needs in each WILLING companies to acquire such a vehicle. Like most commercial vehicles of this type, the vehicles Nissan will also PROPELLED, among others by diesel engines, developed in association with the Cummins company.
For more details, here is the press release issued by Nissan Canada.
NISSAN IS ENTERED ON THE CANADIAN MARKET VEHICLES
The first of three commercial vehicles will be launched in early 2010
MISSISSAUGA, ON, Dec. 4, 2008 - Nissan Canada Inc. (NCI) today announced that it made its entry in the segment of commercial vehicles thanks to a significant investment in North America. In accordance with its global commitment relative to this segment, NCI will launch three commercial vehicles in three years in the Canadian market, the first during the first half of 2010. Nissan has created partnerships with Cummins Inc. for the manufacture of engines and ZF Friedrichshafen AG for the transmissions.
The Nissan plant in Canton, Mississippi, key element of the new strategy, will become the manufacturing center of a new range of commercial vehicles for this important market in North America.
In the medium term, Nissan will expand its activities in this segment in North America, by creating a range of crossover vehicles with nominal gross weight of less than eight tons. This demarche lead to the design of three new products, as well as the future of widening range of commercial vehicles.
"On a global scale, Nissan recorded a large part of its sales and its profitability in the segment of commercial vehicles. It may therefore make a profit on the Canadian market its vast experience and his extensive knowledge of this segment, "stated Jeff Parent, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, NCI. "Our entry into this segment attests to the vision of a Nissan on its Canadian activities and its commitment to meet the needs of buyers of commercial vehicles in Canada. "
Nissan commercial vehicles are sold in 73% of markets worldwide, including Japan, China, Mexico, Europe and the Middle East. Mexico last month, Nissan announced that it will build a new utility truck has its factory in Cuernavaca.
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