Ghosn Admits Nissan Leaf Sales Target for 2012 Won't Be Met
In the US, they have only managed to sell 6,791 cars up until October, yet even with record sales months, such as the 1,579 units they managed to sell last month (their second-best ever), they are still very far off track, this year, at least. The numbers are 16% lower than those recorded last year, when Nissan managed to sell just under 10,000 units Stateside.
If the positive record seen in October becomes a trend, then perhaps the Leaf will do better next year, and once US production begins, the car will get a lower base price, which will further aid in its quest for sales.
Story via Detroit News