Nissan will build the Murano crossover at its Mississippi plant this fall.
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Let’s start with the fun part: Nissan Tech Center for Europe dropped a 478-horsepower, twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter V-6 engine from the Nissan GT-R into a compact Nissan Juke body.
A new model year, a new higher price, or so we’ve generally seen in the car market.
It's safe to say that Nissan is quickly becoming the company of "That's crazy, but I'll still raise you something more outrageous."
First there was the 545-horsepower Nissan Juke-R that's now headed to production.