200 Nissan engineers are coming from Japan to aid in improving Nissan's level of quality dropped five spots in this year's J.D. Power rankings. With a full line of new vehicles and a new U.S. plan in Mississippi some experts say the numbers aren't a real surprise. But you have to give credit to Nissan for being proactive. And I'm sure the assembly line workers can't wait for the input from the engineers. Flashes of Gung Ho come to mind.
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