Trappes, France (ots/PRNewswire) - Nissan Europe has
reported a record January with sales of 50,542 units, representing an
increase of 71.9% year on year and where sales were up for the tenth
Much of this significant increase year on year was attributed to
the new models in the range. Firstly, the Qashqai compact cross-over,
which was launched in March 2007, resulted in 14,556 incremental
sales in January. Secondly, the new Tiida model sold 4,317 units in
January, is selling well in Eastern Europe and Ireland and has been
further supported by its recent launch in Germany, Switzerland and
Austria. Spain and Portugal will see the launch of Tiida next month.
- This month was the highest month so far for Qashqai sales
with 14,556 units sold.
- Russia continues to perform strongly and almost doubled its
volume year on year to 8,903 units in January up 95% versus last
- Note sales were up by 32% compared to last year with 7,334
units sold as we near the model's second anniversary.
- The new X-Trail continues its momentum with 4,395 units sold
in January since its launch last summer.
TOP 10 COUNTRIES FOR JANUARY 2008
January 2008 Variation
vs January 2007
Russia 8 903 95,0%
UK 6 166 45,0%
Italy 5 837 86,9%
Ireland 4 700 10,1%
Germany 4 243 251,5%
Spain (inc Cnr) 4 017 40,9%
France 3 540 125,5%
Belgium/Lux 1 540 48,2%
Greece 1 293 48,5%
Ukraine 1 026 151,5%
About Nissan Europe
Nissan employs around 12,000 people in its European design,
research and development, manufacturing, logistics, and sales and
marketing operations. Last year, the company sold 570,513 vehicles
across 40 markets in Western and Eastern Europe including Russia. In
2007, the company produced a total of 576,632 vehicles in its Spanish
and British plants. For more information, please go to
(x) The sales figures quoted are retail sales figures for a large
European scope covering all of Nissan Europe's markets including the
UK, Germany, Spain, Italy, France, Holland, Switzerland, Austria,
Belgium, Luxembourg, Portugal, Greece, Ireland, Denmark, Norway,
Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Cyprus, Malta, Poland, Czech Republic,
Croatia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, the Baltic
States, Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkey, Israel and the French
These figures are not to be confused with the figures published
by the ACEA who report registration figures and do not cover such a
broad European scope as Nissan.
For further information on all markets, please contact Nissan
Europe Corporate Communications.
Penny Szczepaniak, Corporate Communications,
Nissan Europe +33-1-30-13-57-87,
Isabelle Huet, Corporate Communications,
Nissan Europe +33-1-30-13-56-44,
ots Originaltext: Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
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