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Spy Shots: Dongfeng MX6 is an old Nissan X-Trail

December 2, 2014 by Joey Wang

Spy Shots: Dongfeng MX6 is an old Nissan X-Trail

Spy Shots showing the new Dongfeng MX6 SUV in China, ready for its launch on the Chinese car market in early 2015. The Dongfeng MX6 is based on the old Nissan X-Trail. The platform became available after the new X-Trail was launched in March.

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Nissan to launch NV200 taxi in China (?)

April 29, 2013 by W.E. Ning

Nissan to launch NV200 taxi in China (?)

A Nissan NV200 MPV in taxi colors, seen parked on a street in central Beijing. Nissan has scored great victories with the NV200; New York and London have selected the vehicle to become their new standard-taxi. The photos indicate Nissan has plans to try something similar in China.

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Dongfeng working on new upmarket pickup truck in China

October 12, 2012 by Joey Wang

Dongfeng is working on a new upmarket pickup truck, price will start around 160.000 yuan which is some 30.000 more than the most expensive Dongfeng-branded pickup truck on the market today. The new yet nameless vehicle will be made by Zhengzhou Auto, a subsidiary of Dongfeng Automotive and home of the Zhengzhou-Nissan joint venture that makes various Nissan commercial vehicles for the Chinese market. Many of those vehicles are also sold under the Dongfeng-brand for less money so this new car will likely have a lot of Nissan DNA as well. Via: iFeng.

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Spy Shots: Nissan Juke testing in China

May 17, 2012 by Joey Wang

Nissan Juke testing in China

The Nissan Juke has been spotted testing in China. The Juke will arrive on the China car market as an import sometime next year. Whether the Juke will be made in China in the future is still not decided. The location however where these pics where made points out to local production.

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Zhengzhou Nissan begins work on new R&D center

December 18, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter

Zhengzhou Nissan has begun construction work on its brand new 280 million yuan ($44.17m) research and development center. The center will be ready for work by 2013. Zhengzhou Nissan’s 121-hectare R&D center will lead the Japanese manufacturer’s work on light commercial vehicles.

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