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I see you found a way to stop the fire comments eh? the debadged trunk :)
 

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Nice car. I don't know why, but the interior for a lot of the Nissans/Mazda/Honda/ect... don't really do it for me.

But nice car. Glad to hear you like it! :)
 

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Nice looking car! I love that back wall under the bridge.

 

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I hate it when they just stick a tacky plastic insert in the fog light location. At least the base model Intrepids got their own bumper without fog lights, and the pricier trims got a different one with fog lights.

 

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But so much easier to upgrade!!!! Nice Altima Phil!!!
I hate it when they just stick a tacky plastic insert in the fog light location. At least the base model Intrepids got their own bumper without fog lights, and the pricier trims got a different one with fog lights.

 

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Those altimas are soo sweet looking and rides soo smooth...sometimes i wish it was a Chrysler.


CHRYSLER AND NISSAN CONFIRM NEW OEM PRODUCT AGREEMENTS
AUBURN HILLS, Mich / TOKYO -
(April 14, 2008) – Chrysler LLC and Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., today announced
two new agreements for the supply of products between both companies. In
January, Nissan agreed to supply Chrysler with a new car based on the
Nissan Versa sedan for limited distribution in South America on an Original
Equipment Manufacture (OEM) basis in 2009.
This new OEM exchange benefits both companies through range extension
and the utilization of global manufacturing capacity. Highlights of the new
agreement:
Nissan will manufacture an all-new, fuel-efficient small car based on a unique
Chrysler concept and design. This new segment entry for Chrysler will be sold
in North America, Europe and other global markets in 2010, and manufactured
at Nissan’s Oppama Plant in Japan.
Chrysler will manufacture a full-size pickup for Nissan. Based on a Nissan
unique design, this truck will be manufactured at Chrysler’s Saltillo (Mexico)
Assembly Plant. In order to accommodate this product, Chrysler will shift
volume from Mexico to its U.S.-based assembly plants that produce pickup
trucks. Sales of the pickup in North America will start in 2011.
This latest OEM supply agreement extends a long standing product exchange
relationship between the two corporations, with Nissan affiliate JATCO already
supplying Chrysler with transmissions since 2004.
“Forging the right tactical partnerships is critical to the long-term success of
Chrysler,” said Tom LaSorda, Chrysler LLC President and Vice Chairman. “It
also builds on the Company’s inherent strengths, including the ability to
respond rapidly and creatively to emerging opportunities.”
“In January, we said we would continue to look for additional OEM
opportunities with Chrysler,” said Carlos Tavares, Executive Vice President,
Nissan Motor Company. “This latest agreement builds on Nissan’s proven
track record to deliver win-win product exchanges with multiple manufacturers
around the world,” continued Tavares.
Since the signing of the first OEM in January, the two companies have also
agreed to maintain an open dialogue to explore further product-sharing
opportunities.
Chrysler LLC, headquartered in Auburn Hills, Mich., produces Chrysler,
Jeep®, Dodge and Mopar® brand vehicles and products. Its product lineup
features some of the world's most recognizable vehicles, including the
Chrysler 300, Jeep Wrangler and Dodge Charger. The Chrysler Foundation -
the primary source of charitable grants made by Chrysler - annually supports
hundreds of charitable organizations with an emphasis on community growth
and enrichment, education, arts and culture, public policy, youth development
and disaster relief programs throughout the United States and, increasingly,
the world. Chrysler is a unit of Cerberus Capital Management.
Nissan Motor Company generated global net revenues of 10.468 trillion yen
in 2006. Nissan is present in all major global auto markets selling a
comprehensive range of cars, pickup trucks, SUVs and light commercial
vehicles under the Nissan and Infiniti brands. Nissan employs 224,000 people
worldwide.
Under the Nissan Value-Up business plan, the company continues to focus on
long-term sustainable and profitable growth driven by three commitments:
- To maintain top level of operating profit margin among global automakers
- To achieve global sales of 4.2 million units in 2009
- 20% return on invested capital on average over the course of the plan
# # #
http://press.nissan-global.com/EN
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Additional information and news from Nissan is available at http://www.nissannews.com



Why they would choose the versa I do not know..

-Phil
 

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I think the color is MAH - VEL - OUS!!! nice ride - YAY NO CVT!!! makes ya wonder why dodge never put the shaker in our treps...
 

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nice phil how u like the Qr25DE baddass little motor oh btw i wrecked my my 02 SpecV RIP im ganna prolly cop out and get a new maxima VQ powered though right now i got a 98 Honda Passport 3.2l aka Isuzu Rodeo its got some good go but its an SUV so im not wild about it anyway nice new ride what happened to the Sentra??
 

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nice phil how u like the Qr25DE baddass little motor oh btw i wrecked my my 02 SpecV RIP im ganna prolly cop out and get a new maxima VQ powered though right now i got a 98 Honda Passport 3.2l aka Isuzu Rodeo its got some good go but its an SUV so im not wild about it anyway nice new ride what happened to the Sentra??
Traded her in for $1000 more than blue book. :listen:
 
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