Nissan is highly confident about achieving its midterm business plan in Thailand which was announced in July 2011.
Takayuki Kimura (left), president of Nissan Motor Thailand, and Toshiyuki Shiga, chief operating officer of Nissan Motor, pose with the new Sylphy. The Sylphy has newly developed 1.8- and 1.6-litre engines featuring dual injection for the first time in this segment.
Under the Nissan Motor Thailand (NMT) Power Up 2016, Nissan plans to introduce two new models a year or 10 models from 2011-2016 in order to achieve 15% share of the Thai market in 2016.
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