Though the trend is just getting started here in the U.S., mini-vehicles are huge (bad pun) in many other places of the world. While Nissan has been bolstering their big truck and car business in the States, they have been relying on Mitsubishi for most of their mini-vehicle share. Nissan has been selling the Mitsu Minicab under the Clipper name since October of 2003 and now has added the eK series from Mitsubishi, the eK WAGON and eK SPORT (no I'm not yelling at you, that's the way they are written). The eK SPORT is pictured. Mitsubishi is more than happy to pawn off some more OEM vehicles to Nissan for better productivity.
Mitsubishi sells more mini-vehicles to Nissan
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