Nissan LEAF Sales Surge To Almost 7,000 In September
After releasing data on the largest missing puzzle piece – the Japanese figure for Nissan LEAF sales in September – we can finally note a new world record.
Nissan delivered last month almost 7,000 electric cars.
Everything began with a strong 2,881 in the U.S., supported by a record of 1,986 in Europe and one of the highest numbers in Japan: 1,756.
This is enough for 6,623 in total, but we believe that the real number is higher as LEAF is sold worldwide. If we include e-NV200, Nissan is almost for sure above the 7,000-unit mark for all-electric cars in a month or 84,000 a year if we times this by 12.
Probably no other manufacturer can boast even exceeding the mark of 3,000 BEVs sold in a single month.
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