TOKYO -- Nissan will temporarily halt production at its plant in Kyushu, Japan, due to a shortage of parts caused by the coronavirus outbreak in China.
Output would be affected on Friday and Feb. 17, Nissan said on Monday.
The Kyushu plant produces models including the Serena minivan for the Japanese market and the Rogue SUV crossover, Nissan's top-selling car in the United States. It has an annual capacity of 530,000 vehicles.
The stoppage could impact production of around 3,000 vehicles, the Nikkei newspaper reported.
Nissan joins a growing number of automakers whose production outside of China has been hit by a shortage of parts sourced from Chinese suppliers.
Renault said its South Korean subsidiary, Renault Samsung Motors, would suspend production at its Busan site for four days from Feb. 11 due to supply chain disruptions in China.
Hyundai and Kia have also suspended production at some of their Korean plants.
Fiat Chrysler warned on Thursday that disruption to parts supplies could threaten production at one of its European plants within two to four weeks.