SMYRNA, Tenn. (AP) -- The first Infiniti JX produced in Tennessee will roll off the assembly line Monday.
The model will be presented at the Nissan assembly plant in Smyrna southeast of Nashville.
The company describes it as a seven-passenger luxury crossover with three rows of seating. The Nissan website lists the suggested retail price as $40,450 or $41,550 depending on the model.
Nissan says it is the first luxury car built in Tennessee. Volkswagen has a plant in Chattanooga, and Saturns used to be manufactured in Spring Hill, Tenn.
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