Nissan Sunderland Plant will host a Specialist Recruitment Day this Saturday, as the plant gears up for the busiest period in its 26-year history.
Nissan’s innovation in the crossover segment is set to continue as it partners with Ministry of Sound to create the world’s ultimate mobile sound system – the Juke Box.
Today Nissan, and UK Prime Minister David Cameron, announced an all-new midsized model will be produced in Sunderland Plant, UK in 2014.
The debut of the new 60-registration plate has further boosted Nissan sales, giving the brand a highly successful September. Key to that success has been the continued demand for the innovative Qashqai. When standard and +2 body styles are combined, sales reached 5,641units for the month.
Residual values for the segment-busting Nissan Juke crossover are some of the best in the industry. Data provided by CAP shows they range from an impressive 52 per cent to 54 per cent based on three years/60,000 miles of ownership.
Today, Nissan’s Sunderland Plant celebrates the production launch of the all-new Juke compact sports crossover. Juke combines the best attributes of an SUV and a sports car and will offer a refreshing and dynamic alternative to the traditional small hatchback when it goes on sale across Europe next month.
The soon to be launched Nissan Juke today helped create history and signal the beginning of a new era in Gateshead, as it became the last ever car to burn rubber on Gateshead’s famous ‘Get Carter’ car park.