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Nissan Celebrates L.A.'s Car Culture at The 2000 Greater Los Angeles Auto Show    

6 January 2000

Nissan Celebrates L.A.'s Car Culture at The 2000 Greater Los Angeles Auto Show With Four SEMA Feature Vehicles    
    GARDENA, Calif., Jan. 6 -- Nissan North America, Inc. will
celebrate L.A.'s car culture with a display of four custom Nissans at the 2000
Greater Los Angeles Auto Show.  The vehicles, a 2000 Xterra by HKS USA, Inc.,
a 2000 Pathfinder by Hobrecht, a 2000 Frontier Crew Cab by JAC Products, Inc.
and a 2000 Maxima SE by Eibach Springs, debuted at the 1999 Specialty
Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.
     (Photo:  http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20000106/LATH005 )
    "The 1999 SEMA Show was a great success for us as a company," said Jed
Connelly, vice president and general manager, Nissan Division.  "We had more
than 25 vehicles on display modified by numerous aftermarket manufacturers
that brought our products to a new dimension.  Our L.A. Auto Show custom
vehicles are spirited examples of Nissan's SEMA and aftermarket involvement."
    The four featured vehicles range from mild -- the JAC Products Frontier
Crew Cab, with a prototype roof rack and railing system and custom graphics,
to wild -- the Eibach Maxima, highly modified with a turbocharged engine,
custom suspension, interior and paint.
    "The Los Angeles Auto Show is the perfect place to give the public a
closer look at our SEMA display vehicles," said Connelly.  "Californians love
their cars, and it shows by the amount of personalized vehicles seen on our
local highways.  We're showing them examples of what they can do with Nissan
cars and trucks."
    The Greater Los Angeles Show is just the beginning of Nissan's aftermarket
vehicle involvement.  At the debut of the all-new 2000 Nissan Sentra on
January 11 at the 2000 North American International Auto Show in Detroit,
there will be a special customized 2000 Sentra on display to show the
aftermarket potential of that vehicle.
    In North America, Nissan's operations include automotive styling,
engineeales and marketing,
distribution and manufacturing.  More information on Nissan in North America
and the complete line of Nissan and Infiniti vehicles can be found online at
http://www.nissandriven.com or contact the corporate media line at 310-771-5631.

    Contact the Nissan Online News Bureau at http://www.nissannews.com.