Nissan continues to break sales records | Industry - Car News Apr 2017


14:44 Tuesday 18 Apr 2017

New figures released by Nissan show that last year was it most successful ever for European sales, with the UK continuing to be its most important market.

Nissan sold 735,725 vehicles last year, with 176,770 of those sales coming here in the UK.

Sales were bolstered the arrival of the new Micra and Navara models, which joined the X-Trail, Juke, and Qashqai in a strong Nissan line up. The UK-built Qashqai sold over 270,000 units in Europe last year, retaining its position as a market leader.

Early indications are that Nissan’s sales uptrend is continuing. The brand sold 107,592 vehicles in March 2017, an increase of 10% on the same month last year.


Carfinance247 banner

Click here to sign up for our monthly newsletter

Popular news stories

Hubcap animal sculptures
The new Porsche 911 GT3 RS unveiled
Audi R8 prices revealed   The new Lotus Evora 400

Hubcap animal sculptures


Reid: TopGear like a war


Audi R8 prices revealed


The new Lotus Evora 400

Advanced Search
Volvo’s Polestar performance brand reaches its 100,000th model milestone after popularity surge.
Ford maintained its position as the UK’s most popular brand last month, topping the sales figures.
Last month Skoda delivered just shy of 100,000 units, making it the best May in their history.
Nissan’s new improved Qashqai has begun rolling off the Sunderland production line.
MG - the Longbridge-based carmaker - beat the downturn in the UK new car market last month.
UK new car registrations fell last month for the fifth month in a row.