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(Reuters)   Nissan Motor Co to cut shifts at three assembly plants in Japan due to falling demand   (reuters.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Japan, assembly plants, Nissan Motor Co, Prefectures of Japan, late June, direct knowledge of the issue, Kanagawa prefecture, Kantō region  
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2020-06-19 10:36:50 AM  
I like the look of some of Nissan's latest offerings, but until they can guarantee that their transmission aren't going to fall apart, they are on my No list.
 
2020-06-19 10:42:11 AM  
Yeah, Nissan has other problems other than Covid.  These cuts aren't that major in the grand scheme of things in any case.
 
2020-06-19 10:59:26 AM  
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2020-06-19 12:01:43 PM  

MBZ321: I like the look of some of Nissan's latest offerings, but until they can guarantee that their transmission aren't going to fall apart, they are on my No list.


Their Datsuns ran forever
 
2020-06-19 12:11:38 PM  

Linux_Yes: MBZ321: I like the look of some of Nissan's latest offerings, but until they can guarantee that their transmission aren't going to fall apart, they are on my No list.

Their Datsuns ran forever


It's not 1980 anymore.  The Nissans of today are old designs built cheaply, and they fall far short of other makes.  Even Chevrolets are built better.
 
2020-06-19 1:41:49 PM  

NEDM: Linux_Yes: MBZ321: I like the look of some of Nissan's latest offerings, but until they can guarantee that their transmission aren't going to fall apart, they are on my No list.

Their Datsuns ran forever

It's not 1980 anymore.  The Nissans of today are old designs built cheaply, and they fall far short of other makes.  Even Chevrolets are built better.


The bolded part above is why after 10 years of ownership I went from a 2005 Xterra to a 2015 instead of looking at anything else. Well, I did technically "look" at 4Runners, but quickly slammed my laptop shut and threw it when I saw the prices of 10 year old ones with 150k miles. Thought about a Jeep until I rode in one.

You'd have to kidnap and drug me to get me to inflict a GM product on myself again. They don't actually ever quit running, they just slowly fall apart, making you miserable the entire time you own them.

/The classics don't count, they get entirely rebuilt anyways.
 
2020-06-19 9:44:38 PM  

Chevello: I did technically "look" at 4Runners, but quickly slammed my laptop shut and threw it when I saw the prices of 10 year old ones with 150k miles.


I own a 4Runner (Hilux Surf here in NZ).  They hold their price because they are indestructible.  See  the Top Gear Hilux below

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2020-06-19 10:42:24 PM  

John Hopoate: Chevello: I did technically "look" at 4Runners, but quickly slammed my laptop shut and threw it when I saw the prices of 10 year old ones with 150k miles.

I own a 4Runner (Hilux Surf here in NZ).  They hold their price because they are indestructible.  See  the Top Gear Hilux below

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