Tag: japan sales
More than 2,000 Nissan LEAFs were sold In Japan last month, as second-generation attracts 75% more customers than year ago.
In June, Nissan barely increased LEAF sales in Japan, which hopefully is not the early sign of saturation after nine months of the second-generation version...
April is typically a slower month of the year in terms of volume of car sales in Japan, but less than 1,000 Nissan LEAFs sold is a surprise.
Nissan LEAF sales in Japan remain strong. In March, 2,997 deliveries translated into 91% growth year-over-year. Almost 100,000 LEAFs have been delivered since 2010.
The new Nissan LEAF is very well received in Japan as another monthly record was smashed in January - 3,768 deliveries makes LEAF the #19 best selling model.
The new Nissan LEAF become 27th best selling full size car in Japan last month, hitting decent 2,306 sales (up 87% year-over-year).
The two best selling plug-in models in Japan - the Nissan LEAF and Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, noted slight increases in sales in March by 2% and 8% respectively.
Not good news coming from Japan in 2015 as the overall automotive market is shrinking. Sales of cars fell by almost 17% year-over-year to 249,565 in February...
With 999 LEAFs sold in January, Nissan missed the mark of 50,000 cumulative sales in Japan by less than 400 units. We expect that the important milestone will be...
Just like in the US, Nissan has increased LEAF sales every year in Japan. In 2014, 14,177 LEAFS were sold in Japan, which is 9% up compared to 2013.
Japan had another weaker month in November as sales of Mitsubishi's and Nissan's plug-in electric vehicles fell compared to November of 2013.
In October 2014, Japan's plug-in electric car sales weakened slightly, but the results are still promising.
Mitsubishi had another strong month of Outlander PHEV sales in Japan in September after two weaker months this summer. 1,450 units for Outlander PHEV plus 213...