Nissan Unveils New Rogue to be Built in Tennessee

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. (Sept. 10, 2013) – Nissan today debuted the all-new 2014 Nissan Rogue. For the first time, assembly of this vehicle moves to the U.S. at Nissan's Smyrna, Tenn. plant. More than 900 jobs were added to support the production. This is the company's fifth totally redesigned model to come out in the last 18 months.
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Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Nissan and Heisman House

Nissan and Heisman House

Nissan and Heisman House

Nissan and Heisman House

Nissan awards $89,360 in grants

Nissan awards $89,360 in grants

The Nissan-powered KCMG LMP2 squad

The Nissan-powered KCMG LMP2 squad

Nicolas Hammann in the CA Sport #23 GTS Nissan NISMO 370Z

Nicolas Hammann in the CA Sport #23 GTS Nissan NISMO 370Z

Nicolas Hammann in the CA Sport #23 GTS Nissan NISMO 370Z

Nicolas Hammann in the CA Sport #23 GTS Nissan NISMO 370Z