Nissan Motor Co., looking to counter falling domestic demand, said Tuesday it plans to challenge Hyundai Motor Co. in South Korea’s growing vehicle market by introducing Nissan brand models there next year.
The carmaker, which currently only sells luxury Infiniti models in South Korea, will introduce the Murano sport utility vehicle, Altima midsize sedan and Rogue crossover vehicle, Vice President Colin Dodge said in Seoul. Nissan brand sales may start as early as next October.
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