According to the Japanese manufacturer Nissan, they will offer part of the production of the Rogue to the plant they have in South Korea. In order to have everything as planned, and in legal conditions, CEO of Renault Samsung Motors Francois Provost and Colin Dodge head of the Nissan operations in the US have signed all the necessary papers to be sure that nobody will be able to make them go back. The manufacturing process of the all-new Nissan Rogue will start in the US this month. Work at the other plant will begin in the second half of next year.
So that you know, the products resulted annually when it comes to the Rogue plant will reach 80.000 units. Most of them will be then transported to the US market. The Japanese manufacturer has a lot of activity here where it continues to sell the previous-generation Rogue, known here as the Rogue Select.
There are a lot of things that are not made public, but are quite intuitive, like, for example the decision to give South Korea a part of the Rogue comes as a result of the plan Renault Samsung Motors has and which has been applied starting with 2012. We had the opportunity to see the new SM5 in 2012 for the first time and also the QM3 and the SM3 Z.E. which have been release this year. The strategy itself is very good, apparently and will continue with the operations that have been started. This is what Dodge declared during a press conference. In the photo gallery, you will have the opportunity to see several images you might find appealing.
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