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Nissan to produce direct-injection diesel and transmission in Spain

NISSAN will manufacture a new direct-injection diesel engine and transmission at its operations in Barcelona and Madrid. Production will start from 2000 onwards, and volume at full scale is estimated to be around 82,000 units per year for the direct-injection engine and 100,000 units per year for the new transmission. The units will be installed in future models to be built in Spain and at Nissan Motor Manufacturing in Sunderland.

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