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For the last 40 years, Nissan South Africa has supplied quality vehicles to South African customers - vehicles which have met the specific needs of the South African market.

Nissan South Africa’s vehicle assembly and manufacturing operation is in Rosslyn, north of Pretoria. The plant is a leader in South Africa with regards to sound environmental practice in its manufacturing process and has won numerous awards and recognition both locally and internationally for its environmental efforts. These include the exclusion of chlorofluorocarbons and other harmful chemicals from all phases of its manufacture, chemical and other waste management; water and power savings efforts; a man made wetland which is a catchment area for storm water; recycling; and working closely with its numerous suppliers and dealers to ensure sound environmental practice. All Nissan vehicles benefit from Nissan’s international lifecycle approach of environmentally sound vehicle design, use and recycling.

Queenstown Nissan

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Latitude -31.8938° S 31.8938° S 31° 53' 37.68" -31° 53.628'
Longitude 26.8657° E 26.8657° E 26° 51' 56.52" 26° 51.942'
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167 Cathcart Road
Queenstown
Eastern Cape
South Africa
Phone No.
045 839 2127
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 45 839 2127

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