President Trump on Tuesday hailed Nissan for planning to roll out its new Rogue vehicle from its plant in Tennessee this fall.
“Nissan is rolling out it’s 2021 ROGUE from TENNESSEE. Great!,” the president posted on Twitter.
The Japanese automaker has said it will make the revamped Rogue crossover — its best selling vehicle — available to dealerships this fall.
Nissan reopened its Smyrna, Tenn., plant on June 8 after closing it and several other US locations or limiting shifts in March because of the coronavirus pandemic.
It announced the beginning of production for the vehicle at the Smyrna assembly plant on Tuesday, The Tennessean reported.
The factory employs more than 8,000 workers and has the capacity to make about 640,000 vehicles a year.
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