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Auto Business News-May 26, 2016--Leckner Nissan launches Nissan Certified Pre-owned programme
Tokyo, Japan, Dec 12, 2005 - (JCN) - Nissan Motor (TSE: 7201) announced plans today to open about 100 specialized light commercial vehicle shops at dealerships throughout Japan by the end of 2007 as part of its efforts to strengthen sales of such vehicles.
Nissan, from heavily indebted (nearly $20-billion) and arguably on its way out of business in 1999 to an enviable status whereby Carlos Ghosn, then only president and CEO of Nissan Motor Co.
No fussy monogrammed shirt, no sparkling ingot cufflinks, no Italian loafers--none of the trappings that would signify his Captain of Industry station are apparent when Ghosn introduces Nissan Motor Co.
Ghosn, who was sent last year by Renault SA to Nissan Motor's board following the French automaker's purchase of a 37% stake in Nissan, said Nissan Motor would consider selling Nissan Diesel if other companies find the truck maker more strategically valuable than Nissan Motor or Renault do.
Nissan displayed a prototype of the new Z-car in January at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit and has been hinting for nearly a year it may go into production.
You're not likely to see a decal in the back of an F-150 showing a cartoon Calvin doing something not-nice to a Nissan logo anytime soon, but the vehicle manufacturer is rolling out with what is a bona fide "full-size" pickup that should get lots of attention in Dearborn, Auburn Hills, Detroit--and those parts of the country where trucks rule.
And then it became known that financially, Nissan was in the Stygian stuff.
On the plant floor at Smyrna, Nissan has tweaked operations through the judicious use of automation to improve efficiency and throughput.