Nissan LEAF Sales In Japan Hit New Record In 2017 (Nearly 8,000 In 3 Months)
The new Nissan LEAF became the 27th best-selling full size car in Japan last month, hitting a solid 2,306 sales (up 87% year-over-year).
After the introduction of next generation LEAF in October, Nissan achieved almost 8,000 sales in three months – which was 46% of total LEAF sales for the year.
Hopefully, the new LEAF will enable at least a doubling of sales in 2018 in Japan, to some 25,000-30,000 units.
In 12 months, Nissan sold a record 16,925 LEAFs (up 14%), while the total number moved since December 2010 is 89,419.