CORDOBA, Argentina – Nissan has begun producing the Nissan Frontier in Argentina, making it the fifth country to manufacture the company’s most popular pickup as global demand continues to grow.
The expansion of Nissan’s global manufacturing footprint, at Alliance-partner Renault’s Santa Isabel plant in Cordoba, is a big drive for the company. Nissan has announced a mid-term plan to increase sales of light commercial vehicles (LCVs) by 40% by 2022.
This version of the Frontier is known as the Nissan Navara outside South America. Thanks to its popularity, it is now produced at facilities in Spain, China, Mexico, Thailand and Argentina. The Frontier is available in 38 markets across Latin America.
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