Nissan will not leave EuropeMay 6, 2020
The Japanese automaker has denied information previously published by Reuters, calling it a fiction by the media.
Recall that previously reported a reduction in the Nissan model line in Europe. So, the automaker supposedly intended to sell only two models – the Qashqai and Juke crossovers. Instead, the focus was on the markets of Japan and the USA, as well as China.
Meanwhile, the Japanese automaker plans to further strengthen its product line in Europe – this is part of the brand’s strategy to increase the competitiveness of the business, the automaker said in a statement. For example, not so long ago, sales of the updated Nissan Juke started here. In addition, work is underway at the British brand company to prepare serial production of the new generation of the Qashqai crossover.
Currently, the Nissan lineup in Europe is represented by Qashqai, Juke, X-Trail crossovers, as well as Micra, GT-R, 370Z, Leaf and E-NV200 models. At the same time, sales of cars last year amounted to 94 thousand copies, which is 19.6% less than in 2018.
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