Nissan Sales Going Strong in November

Nissan has released sales reports of its European division for the month of November. The company has sold 51,480 vehicles in November, representing an increase of about 17 percent year on year. Nissan holds a market share of 3.4 percent.

The Japanese car manufacturer has increased its market share in many of the European markets in November, reaching an all-time record performance in France, where it now holds 3.1 percent, up 1.1 points compared to last year.

Nissan's market share in Switzerland increased to 3.7 percent, up 1.2 points from last year. Market share in Finland increased to 5.2 percent, up 1.1 points from last year. In Russia market share was 4.9 percent, up 1.5 points compared to last year. Nissan held a 3.6 percent market share in Italy, up 0.9 points year on year. The Yokohama based automaker held a 5 percent market share in Spain, up 0.9 points from the same month last year.

"Nissan Crossovers are attracting more and more customers: Qashqai sales increased by 10 percent; the Nissan Juke is already the second best seller of Nissan products right behind Qashqai. New Murano sales are booming, up 253 percent compared to November last year thanks to our new Diesel version."

Nissan North America relied more on its luxury brand, with overall sales rising 26.8 percent in November. The Nissan brand sold 63,184 units, up 24.8 percent from the same month the previous year. Infiniti sales for November were 8,182 units, up 45 percent from the 5,644 units sold in the same month a year earlier.

The all-new Infiniti M and QX models continue to lead our strong sales growth, with triple-digit percentage gains,” said Ben Poore, vice president, Infiniti Business Unit. “With the enhancements we’ve made to our core G Line, we’re seeing more customers respond by visiting our showrooms.
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