Nissan Motor April China sales drop 46% YoY
Beijing (Gasgoo)- Nissan Motor saw the monthly sales of its Venucia brand surge year over year, despite the overall decline in the company’s April sales in China, Nissan Motor reported on May 9th.
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With external circumstances like the pandemic and raw material supply crunch, Nissan Motor sold 69,262 vehicles in China in April, slipping 46% year on year. For the first four months of 2022, Nissan Motor’s accumulative sales volume amounted to 368,125 vehicles, indicating a 23.4% decline from a year ago.
In the fourth month of this year, Nissan Motor’s passenger vehicle joint venture, Dongfeng Motor Co. & Ltd. (DFL) sold 58,084 vehicles (including Nissan, Venucia, and Infiniti brands), dropping 43.4% compared to the year-ago period. From January to April, the accumulative sales volume of DFL summed up to 301,015 vehicles, decreasing 23.8% from 2021.
Specifically, Nissan contributed the most with 53,158 vehicles sold in the month. Meanwhile, Venucia sold 4,455 vehicles in April, surging 65.9% year over year. In the past four months of the year, the cumulative sales volume of Venucia grew 32.7% from a year ago.
Additionally, Nissan Motor sold 11,178 commercial vehicles in April, down 56.6% year on year. For the first four months of 2022, the accumulative sales volume of Nissan Motor’s commercial vehicles amounted to 67,110 vehicles, declining 21.7% compared to 2021.
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