Car shoppers looking at our selection of pickup trucks often wonder if Nissan trucks are made in America. Even though Nissan is an international company, the answer is yes, Nissan trucks are made right here in America. In fact, both the Nissan Frontier and Nissan Titan are among the top five “most American” trucks on the road based on parts source and assembly.
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For most pickup buyers, it’s a point of pride to know that their truck was made in the U.S. of A. Well, there’s good news for Matt Castrucci Nissan shoppers: Not only are the Frontier and Titan models we sell manufactured in America, they’re among the top five “most American” trucks on the road based on parts source and assembly. So, go ahead and pick up one of those American flag car accessories or slap on a stars ‘n’ stripes window decal. Here’s a little more detail on where Nissan trucks come from:
Nissan Frontier made in America
|Engine source||U.S. (4 liter), Japan (2.5 liter)|
Although the transmission and some of the engines are sourced from Japan, more than 50 percent of the components for the Nissan Frontier are made in the United States and Canada. The truck is manufactured at Nissan’s plant in Canton, Mississippi.
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Nissan Titan made in America
|Engine source||Indiana (Diesel) and Tennessee (Gasoline)|
The Titan was designed in California, engineered in Michigan and is assembled in Canton, Mississippi. Although the transmission is sourced from Japan, all of the engines are made in America. The standard gasoline engine is made in Tennessee, and the diesel engine is made in Columbus, Indiana. Like the Frontier, more than 50 percent of the Titan’s components are made in the United States and Canada.