Why is Nissan so low cost?

Andrew Willis: Nissan has had a tough few years, with a wayward CEO and a rift in its relationship with Renault, but as the company bounces back we think its stock price has been punished a little too heavily.

The company has just completed what senior equity analyst Richard Hilgert believes is a rare success in his alliance with Renault, and an early venture that includes Mitsubishi on electric vehicles, which could prove valuable.

As its competitors now scramble to ramp up production of electric vehicles, it has already amassed manufacturing and warranty service expertise – seven hundred thousand vehicles later …

For Morningstar, I’m Andrew Willis.

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