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Nissan is the result of a merging of DAT (Kwaishinsha Motor Car Works, or Datsun) and Tobata Casting in 1933. This corporation officially created its automobile division in 1934, naming it Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., located in Japan. Over the years, the company has undergone many changes, and has forged relationships with other auto companies, such as Ford and Volkswagen. They also entered into an alliance with Renault in 1999 after experiencing difficult financial circumstances. Today, Nissan operates in more than 17 countries.
April 1935 saw the first Datsun passenger car leave the Nissan manufacturing facility. Since that time, Nissan, along with the Renault SA alliance, has revised its plan to be more competitive and cut costs, and create vehicles that are efficient and appealing. This phase worked for Nissan, with their redesigned Altima winning the North American Car of the Year in 2002. The Maxima sedan, Quest minivan, Titan pickup truck, and the Murano crossover are just a sample of the vehicles in Nissan's successful lineup.