Nissan FF-L platform

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Nissan FF-L platform
Manufacturer Renault–Nissan Alliance
Production 2001–2011
Body and chassis
Class Midsize cars
Body style(s) Various
Successor Nissan D platform

The Nissan FF-L is an automobile platform for front wheel drive automobiles. It has been a huge success for the company, along with the rear wheel drive Nissan FM platform. FF-L cars are built at Nissan's Smyrna, Tennessee factory, and the Murano is built in Japan and in Canton, MS since November, 2014.

The FF-L platform pushes the wheels out to the corners, allowing a long wheelbase and wide stance within a manageable overall length. Along with the platform’s inherent handling and performance advantages, it allows greater packaging and styling flexibility.[1]