Nissan has a major maintenance problem that could be devastating to the brand.
And the carmaker may be forced to find a way to fix it.
The problem comes from a problem that has been plaguing the company for years.
Its cars have been running into issues.
Nissan said it is in the process of replacing more than a dozen of its factory cars, and it is replacing more vehicles than it has in years.
The problems are so severe that it has been unable to keep up with the demand.
Last month, the company reported that its market share for passenger cars fell for the fourth straight quarter, and that it was not able to deliver a solid year for its sales.
That’s because its cars were not up to the level of performance that its customers wanted.
The company, which has seen sales decline by more than 30% this year, is facing a major financial hit as it tries to keep pace with a rapidly changing market.
And it faces the problem because it is making investments that could help it recover.
The Nissan brand is a big deal to Nissan’s shareholders.
It generates more than half of the company’s profits, which makes it the company that most people think of when they think of car companies.
But it has also been the target of lawsuits, trade disputes, government investigations and accusations that it cheated workers.
Those lawsuits have cost Nissan more than $1 billion.
And now it has to fix the problems.
In the coming weeks, the Japanese automaker will need to do a lot more than simply replace the cars.
It needs to replace the people who are responsible for repairing them, the parts and the equipment that are used to make them.
The most expensive part of that job will be replacing the entire assembly line, which means putting all of Nissan’s suppliers into one building.
Nissan says that it will spend more than 4 billion yen ($3.7 million) on that task.
Nissan’s head of automotive assembly, Kazuhiro Nakanishi, said the company will invest about 40% of that amount, which would mean the company would be making about $1.4 billion in profit for the year.
Nissan has also agreed to buy parts from several suppliers, including Honda and Toyota.
Nissan has already spent about 1.5 billion yen buying the parts from those companies, and Nakanishis plans to spend more, about 1 billion yen, to buy them from other suppliers.
Nissan plans to invest another 1.2 billion yen on the rest of the work.
To make sure the work is done, Nissan will need an additional $2.2 million in cash and $200 million in financing, and the company said it will be holding a special conference call with investors on Tuesday to discuss the financial results.
The announcement comes as the company has been trying to improve its image.
Last year, it hired former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon as a top strategist.
The investment and financing decisions come at a time when the company is facing challenges in Japan and abroad.
The Japanese economy has been shrinking for the past year, and its auto sales have fallen by more that 30%.
Its government is also cutting taxes and spending in the hope that it can keep its economy growing.
Nashville is not the only carmaker in trouble.
The company that made the Chevrolet Cruze is struggling with a series of issues related to its car production.
It announced in August that it would be halting production of its flagship crossover SUV, the Camaro.
The problem with that car is that it does not meet the standards of other models.
Nakanishi said the automaker would be focusing on the new Camaro as it did the Cruze, a decision that came after he was forced to announce that the company was shutting down its plant in Texas and was moving to a new facility.
Nissan also announced in September that it is going to sell the entire Camaro business.
It’s not clear if the automaking unit will be the only one to go.
Nissan did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the decision.
Nishis plan to sell about 1,200 vehicles, with about 800 coming from the United States, according to a recent report by Bloomberg.
That compares to about 500 vehicles the company plans to sell from the U.K., where it has built its brand.
Nissan may also be laying off some workers.
The automaker said it has about 800 people who work at its U.S. assembly plants.
Nissan declined to say whether the layoffs were related to the companys decision to shut down its factory in Texas.