The Frontier will arrive in new markets in 2022. This is the van that Nissan produces in Córdoba, at the Santa Isabel factory. Starting next year, and as part of an expansion project throughout South America, the pickup will be exported to Chile and Colombia with Euro 6 emission standards.
From the company they communicated that it is a milestone since the plant would become the Euro 6 export center for the continent. The regulation aims to reduce emissions from gasoline and diesel vehicles. It establishes that they cannot exceed 60 mg/km in the first case and 80 mg/km in the second.
To increase production, Nissan Argentina made multiple investments in recent years. In 2015, the company started the project and invested $600 million. In August 2020, it injected an additional investment of $130 million, which was announced as a complement to the initial one to continue renewing the product offering and developing greater integration with local suppliers.
“Furthermore, the investments make it possible to manufacture pickups under the Euro 6 emission regulations. With the incorporation of this type of engine, Nissan will produce vehicles that emit fewer gases and polluting particles. This is part of the commitments assumed by the Japanese company at a global level under its Green Program 2022″, they explained from the company.
About, Guy Rodríguez, President and Managing Director for Nissan South America He said: “I am proud to be part of the historic transformation that Nissan is carrying out in our region. In just five years we launched this ambitious project that today is consolidated with the opening of new markets for our Nissan Frontier “Made in Argentina.”