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Nissan To Build New Suzuki Pickup (Winding Road)

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Nissan To Build New Suzuki Pickup
Chicago Auto Show Debut | Fall '08 Production | Frontier-based

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American Suzuki has confirmed reported plans to partner with Nissan in building a mid-size pickup based on Nissan’s Frontier.

Rumored to be called the Equator, the new Suzuki truck seems to be headed for a debut at the 2008 Chicago Auto Show in February.

In Suzuki’s short press release yesterday, the company outlined the plans for Nissan to build its new pickup at the Nissan manufacturing facility in Smyrna, Tennessee, as well as plans for further collaborations between the two companies in the future. As part of the current agreement, Suzuki will supply Nissan with Alto minicars in Japan.


From Winding Road. Edited by YellowJacket894

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So eventually it'll just be one truck used over and over between the Ram, Titan, and Equator? Or is Nissan getting money from Suzuki for lending them the truck they know is $h! and then using that money to coordinate a much better truck exclusively for Ram and Titan?

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No, this is just for the Frontier. A potential Ram/Titan is completely separate. If anything the Dakota will be replaced by the Frontier (unlikely).

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