Nissan Announces New FFV Model at NEVC Meeting

Jefferson City, Missouri [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] During the summer meeting of the National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition (NEVC), Harland Reid, Senior Director of Government Affairs of Nissan North America, Inc., announced that the Nissan Armada will be produced as an E85 compatible vehicle in 2007. The vehicle will be manufactured at Nissan’s Canton, Mississippi, plant. Nissan began offering the 5.6-liter Titan truck as a flexible fuel vehicle (FFV) in 2005. The company plans to produce about 20,000 FFV Armadas in model year 2007, with availability limited to regions with the highest concentrations of E85 stations (North Central, South Central, South East, and Mid-Atlantic states). Nissan is also the newest member in NEVC joining General Motors, Ford Motor Company, and DaimlerChrysler.
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