Nissan North America to build a van for Chevrolet

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Nissan North America has announced it will begin making its new compact cargo van for General Motors. The new NV200 will be sold as the Chevrolet City Express, available beginning in fall of 2014.

Nissan’s entry has just begun to sell in the U.S., and the automaker is attempting to keep its plant in Mexico busy, even if it’s making a vehicle for a competitor. While some parts could be made in the United States, the majority of the Chevrolet City Express will be built at a Nissan plant in Cuernavaca, Mexico. The van is a no-frills 4-cylinder made for fuel-efficiency and inexpensive running costs. It starts at approximately $20,000. Nissan, which already sells the same van as the NV200, will simply substitute their emblems with that of the Chevrolet grille and badges.
 
Want to see what it look like? Visit WGNSradio.com (ABOVE PHOTO). 
 
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