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Nissan: Nissan Motor India registered 23 percent growth in FY 22-23, sold so many vehicles

Nissan Motor India Pvt. Ltd. (NMIPL), Nissan Motor India Pvt Ltd (NMIPL) announced that it has achieved total wholesale sales of 94,219 units during FY 2022-23. The company registered a growth of 23 percent, domestic wholesale sales of 33,611 units and exports of 60,608 units during this period. During March 2023, a total of 10,519 units were wholesaled, which is a 73 percent increase in the month. Similarly, the domestic wholesale sales figure stood at 3,260 units and exports at 7,259 units. Last year, during March 2022, 3,007 units were sold in the domestic market and 4,976 units were exported, registering a growth of 31 per cent in wholesale sales that month.

Since its launch, the Nissan Magnite SUV has proved to be a game changer in its segment and this “Make in India, Make for the World” SUV has set the flag for Nissan’s success. India’s domestic market and export markets It has registered over 1 lakh customer bookings in 2017. It has emerged as a favorite in the B-SUV segment, for domestic and export markets, designed in Japan and manufactured in India. ‘Big, Bold and Beautiful’ The Nissan Magnite has received several awards since its launch.

Rakesh Srivastava, Managing Director, Nissan Motor India said, “FY 2022-23 has been a challenging year for the entire automotive industry with challenges ranging from semi-conductor shortage to rising inflation leading to price hikes. But despite this, Nissan overcame these challenges to post a stellar performance, registering a 23 per cent growth in overall sales of 94,219 units. The company has achieved this feat by increasing exports and maintaining sales in the domestic market. In addition to this, Nissan has also taken several strong steps towards strengthening the relationship with its customers, the key being strengthening of supply chains to achieve delivery commitments as customers are at the core of our business. Our flagship model, the Nissan Magnite, has played a key role in this growth story, and we intend to emerge stronger in the future by adapting to customer needs and expectations and offering vehicles that meet their expectations . Nissan recently showcased 3 premium SUVs from its global portfolio in India, which are currently being tested for suitability in the local markets and tested in various terrains ahead of launch. Of these, the X-Trail will be the first model to be launched in India.

Aiming to provide a global product experience, Nissan Motor India recently organized the ‘Move Beyond Golf Tournament’ in Noida, Chennai and Kolkata, showcasing premium SUVs such as the X-Trail and Qashqai Went. The event was aimed at taking the Nissan brand experience to premium customers in India to meet the diverse demands of the country.

In FY 2022-23, Nissan also crossed the export mark of 1 million (1 million) units built on its philosophy of ‘Make in India, Make for the World’. Nissan’s Magnite became the one millionth vehicle and is currently being exported to 15 global markets including Seychelles, Bangladesh, Uganda and Brunei. Nissan India started exports in September 2010 and currently exports from its Renault-Nissan Automotive India Limited plant in Chennai to 108 countries including New Zealand, Australia, Middle East Asian countries, Latin America, South East Asia besides European countries. , SAARC countries and many countries in sub-Saharan and Africa. In addition, Nissan Motors India was recently felicitated by the Chennai office of the Chief Commissioner of Customs for significant contribution in the field of exports during FY 2022-23. The award reflects Nissan India’s commitment to ‘Make in India, Make for the World’.


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