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  1. U.S. Nissan Rogue supply could rise even moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2016 | Automotive News

    As Nissan prepares to bolster its U.S. supply of the fast-selling Rogue compact crossover this spring with 100,000 annual imports from Japan, a top executive suggests that the number could go higher. "Well, of course we still have available capacity" in Japan, said Trevor Mann, corporate chief performance officer, in an interview at the auto show here.

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  2. U.S. Nissan Rogue supply could rise even moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2016 | Automotive News

    As Nissan prepares to bolster its U.S. supply of the fast-selling Rogue compact crossover this spring with 100,000 annual imports from Japan, a top executive suggests that the number could go higher. "Well, of course we still have available capacity" in Japan, said Trevor Mann, corporate chief performance officer, in an interview at the auto show here.

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  3. U.S. Nissan Rogue supply could rise even moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2016 | Automotive News

    As Nissan prepares to bolster its U.S. supply of the fast-selling Rogue compact crossover this spring with 100,000 annual imports from Japan, a top executive suggests that the number could go higher. "Well, of course we still have available capacity" in Japan, said Trevor Mann, corporate chief performance officer, in an interview at the auto show here.

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  4. U.S. Nissan Rogue supply could rise even moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2016 | Automotive News

    As Nissan prepares to bolster its U.S. supply of the fast-selling Rogue compact crossover this spring with 100,000 annual imports from Japan, a top executive suggests that the number could go higher. "Well, of course we still have available capacity" in Japan, said Trevor Mann, corporate chief performance officer, in an interview at the auto show here.

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  5. U.S. Nissan Rogue supply could rise even moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2016 | Automotive News

    As Nissan prepares to bolster its U.S. supply of the fast-selling Rogue compact crossover this spring with 100,000 annual imports from Japan, a top executive suggests that the number could go higher. "Well, of course we still have available capacity" in Japan, said Trevor Mann, corporate chief performance officer, in an interview at the auto show here.

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  6. With flowers and bows, Japanese honor Nissan's HanawaRead the original story

    Feb 23, 2016 | Automotive News

    One by one, some 1,600 people filed before a dais adorned with blue delphiniums and white lilies to lay a single carnation in honor of the man who sold Nissan to save Nissan. And looking down on the visitors was a life-size portrait of the man of honor, Yoshikazu Hanawa, the last president of an independent Nissan Motor Co., who died Dec. 18 at age 81. Today's memorial service, paid for by Nissan and hosted at Tokyo's landmark Imperial Hotel, drew dignitaries, diplomats, suppliers, dealers and Nissan "old boys" who worked with Hanawa.

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  7. U.S. Nissan Rogue supply could rise even moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2016 | Automotive News

    As Nissan prepares to bolster its U.S. supply of the fast-selling Rogue compact crossover this spring with 100,000 annual imports from Japan, a top executive suggests that the number could go higher. "Well, of course we still have available capacity" in Japan, said Trevor Mann, corporate chief performance officer, in an interview at the auto show here.

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  8. U.S. Nissan Rogue supply could rise even moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2016 | Automotive News

    As Nissan prepares to bolster its U.S. supply of the fast-selling Rogue compact crossover this spring with 100,000 annual imports from Japan, a top executive suggests that the number could go higher. "Well, of course we still have available capacity" in Japan, said Trevor Mann, corporate chief performance officer, in an interview at the auto show here.

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  9. With flowers and bows, Japanese honor Nissan's HanawaRead the original story

    Feb 23, 2016 | Automotive News

    One by one, some 1,600 people filed before a dais adorned with blue delphiniums and white lilies to lay a single carnation in honor of the man who sold Nissan to save Nissan. And looking down on the visitors was a life-size portrait of the man of honor, Yoshikazu Hanawa, the last president of an independent Nissan Motor Co., who died Dec. 18 at age 81. Today's memorial service, paid for by Nissan and hosted at Tokyo's landmark Imperial Hotel, drew dignitaries, diplomats, suppliers, dealers and Nissan "old boys" who worked with Hanawa.

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  10. With flowers and bows, Japanese honor Nissan's HanawaRead the original story

    Feb 23, 2016 | Automotive News

    One by one, some 1,600 people filed before a dais adorned with blue delphiniums and white lilies to lay a single carnation in honor of the man who sold Nissan to save Nissan. And looking down on the visitors was a life-size portrait of the man of honor, Yoshikazu Hanawa, the last president of an independent Nissan Motor Co., who died Dec. 18 at age 81. Today's memorial service, paid for by Nissan and hosted at Tokyo's landmark Imperial Hotel, drew dignitaries, diplomats, suppliers, dealers and Nissan "old boys" who worked with Hanawa.

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  11. With flowers and bows, Japanese honor Nissan's HanawaRead the original story

    Feb 23, 2016 | Automotive News

    One by one, some 1,600 people filed before a dais adorned with blue delphiniums and white lilies to lay a single carnation in honor of the man who sold Nissan to save Nissan. And looking down on the visitors was a life-size portrait of the man of honor, Yoshikazu Hanawa, the last president of an independent Nissan Motor Co., who died Dec. 18 at age 81. Today's memorial service, paid for by Nissan and hosted at Tokyo's landmark Imperial Hotel, drew dignitaries, diplomats, suppliers, dealers and Nissan "old boys" who worked with Hanawa.

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  12. 5. Nissan boosts 2016 Leaf's range to 107 milesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2015 | Automotive News

    Amid flagging consumer interest in electric vehicles and hybrids, Nissan will introduce an enhanced 2016 Leaf EV with 27 percent greater battery range. The car's top two trim packages, the SV and SL, have received a 30 kWh battery that claims an EPA-rated driving range of 107 miles for a full charge, compared to the 2015 Leaf's 84-mile range, Nissan The Leaf's entry-level S package will continue to use last year's 24 kWH battery, for an EPA-estimated 84-mile range.

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  13. Nissan boosts 2016 Leaf's range to 107 milesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2015 | Automotive News

    Amid flagging consumer interest in electric vehicles and hybrids, Nissan will introduce an enhanced 2016 Leaf EV with 27 percent greater battery range. The car's top two trim packages, the SV and SL, have received a 30 kWh battery that claims an EPA-rated driving range of 107 miles for a full charge, compared to the 2015 Leaf's 84-mile range, Nissan The Leaf's entry-level S package will continue to use last year's 24 kWH battery, for an EPA-estimated 84-mile range.

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  14. Nissan boosts new Leaf's range to 107 milesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2015 | Automotive News

    Amid flagging consumer interest in electric vehicles and hybrids, Nissan will introduce an enhanced 2016 Leaf EV with 27 percent greater battery range. The car's top two trim packages, the SV and SL, have received a 30 kWh battery that claims an EPA-rated driving range of 107 miles for a full charge, compared to the 2015 Leaf's 84-mile range.

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