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Nissan to showcase 10 models at Tokyo Auto Salon 2012

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Nissan Motor Co, together with Autech Japan and Nissan Motorsports International Co (Nismo), will present 10 models at the upcoming Tokyo Auto Salon 2012 with NAPAC (Japan Car Parts and Aftermarket Promotion Association). The Tokyo Auto Salon will be held Jan 13-15 at the Makuhari Messe exhibition hall in Chiba Prefecture.

The exhibition booth, put together by Nissan, Autech Japan and Nismo, is designed to deliver the look and feel of a race circuit, and includes a spectators' stand. In line with this racing-themed booth design, Nismo will showcase the Juke Nismo Concept and the LEAF Nismo Concept which were presented at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show.

Nissan will showcase the Nissan GT-R "For TRACK PACK", a custom option of its "Pure Edition" model. Autech will have the NV350 Caravan that was displayed at the Tokyo Motor Show, together with the Rider series, a lineup of its customized cars.

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Hopefully the cars are made in Japan... not junk built in Mexico, Canada and other 3rd world countries so Nissan can increase profits.

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Hopefully the cars are made in Japan... not junk built in Mexico, Canada and other 3rd world countries so Nissan can increase profits.

lol and so now Canada is 3rd world? Nissan is going to do exactly what they need to do to stay strong. Almost every car worker in the world outsources production of certain parts to a variety of countries including Japan, Thailand, Canada, the US, and more.

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<-- sad that there are no revealing photos of the models... or the cars, either. :-)

Nakamuran beat me to it, so I'm just going to LOL at James' assertion that Mexico and Canada are "3rd world countries".

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Regardless the "junk" being made in Mexico would have a VW on the front....Japanese cars made over hear (Canada) have not had to much trouble over the Japanese built ones that I can recall and I am a 20 year journeyman mechanic.

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