Nissan sales rise 29 pc in Jan

Tags: Nissan, Cars
Nissan Motor India today reported 28.64 per cent jump in total sales for January, at 5,182 units.

In the same month of last year, it had sold 4,028 units, the company said in a statement.

"We are delighted with the reception Terrano has received from the market and its impact on strengthening sales performance since October last year," Hover Automotive India (Nissan’s National Sales Company) acting Chief Operating Officer, Richard Spitzer said.

Terrano is Nissan’s fourth locally produced vehicle in India, and is built alongside the mid-sized Sunny sedan, compact hatchback Micra, Micra Active and MPV Evalia at company’s Oragadam facility near Chennai.

"We look forward to carrying this momentum into 2014, supported by models like the new Sunny sedan," Spitzer added.

The company had launched compact sports utility vehicle Terrano in October 2013.


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