Byline: Brian Twomey FORD has shown the North American specification versions of the new Ford Fiesta.
What does NAS stand for?
NAS stands for North American Specification (cars manufactured for North American market)
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We have 399 other meanings of NAS in our Acronym Attic
- Nikon Acquisition Syndrome (slang; urge to buy Nikon equipment or accessories)
- No Added Salt (dietary)
- Node Avionics Simulator
- Non Aliter Specificatus (Latin: Not Further Specified)
- Non-Access Stratum (3GPP)
- Non-Availability Statement
- Non-Caloric Artificial Sweetener
- Nonaccelerating Securities
- NORAD Alerting System
- North Aegean Sea
- North American Stainless (various locations)
- Northern Aral Sea (project)
- Norwegian Air Shuttle (Norwegian commercial air carrier)
- Not a Sentence (editing)
- Nozzle Actuating System
- Nuclear Assembly System
- Nuclei Antisofisticazioni E Sanità (Italian law enforcement branch)
- Numerical Aerodynamic Simulation
- Numerical Aerospace Simulation
Samples in periodicals archive:
2009 NAIAS Exhibit Vehicles Scheduled for sale: - All-New Mazda3 4-door sedan North American specification - All-New Mazda3 5-door hatchback North American specification (North American premiere) Models currently on sale: - Mazda MX-5, Mazda5, Mazda6, Mazda CX-7, Mazda RX-8, Mazda CX-9, Mazda Tribute About Mazda Mazda Motor Corporation (TSE: 7261) started manufacturing tools in 1929 and soon branched out into production of trucks for commercial use.
The test cars were long wheelbase versions built to North American specification, with no diesel version available to test, but at least it gave us an early indication of what to expect next year.
The last second generation vehicle, an Alveston red, North American specification model was driven off the line by John Hall, chief programme engineer for the project to the cheers of hundreds of Land Rover employees, many involved with the vehicle since its introduction in 1994.
The last second-generation vehicle, an Alveston red, North American specification model, was driven off the line by John Hall, chief programme engineer for the project, to the cheers of hundreds of Land Rover employees, many of whom had been involved with the vehicle since its introduction.
are similar to the North American specifications requiring FKM as the tube material.