Nissan Motor October sales in China recovered slightly from September.
Beijing (Gasgoo) – Nissan Motor sales in China in October remained weak from a year ago, but increased from September.
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In October, Nissan Motor sold 113,876 vehicles, up 9.03% month-on-month but down 22% from the previous year. During the first ten months of this year, the automotive group sold a total of 1,133,618 vehicles, up 0.2% over one year.
In the same month, Nissan Motor’s passenger vehicle joint venture, Dongfeng Motor Co. & Ltd. (DFL), sold 95,314 vehicles (including the Nissan and Venucia brands), up 12.46% from September but down 23.3% from 2020. Nissan sold 85,296 vehicles, and Venucia sold 10,018 vehicles.
DFL reported year-to-date sales volume of 924,641 vehicles, with 863,726 vehicles from Nissan and 60,915 vehicles from Venucia, down 0.8% from a year ago.
Notably, Nissan’s seventh-generation ALTIMA sold 17,598 vehicles in October, up 66.8% year-on-year. The cumulative sales volume of the model was 127,032 vehicles, indicating an increase of 43.7% over the previous year.
The group’s light commercial vehicles sector recorded a 9.1% year-on-year decline in sales in October, to 17,573 vehicles (including Dongfeng Automobile Co. & Ltd. and Zhengzhou Nissan). In the first ten months of this year, the company racked up 198,637 vehicles in total sales volume, up 12.4% from last year.
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