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  • Nissan breaks sales record in Mexico

    Mexico City— Nissan Mexicana informed they achieved a historic share of the Mexican automobiles market last February, selling 26.6% of cars sold in Mexico, namely 19,901 units. In a press release, Nissan pointed-out that the figure, never reached before by Nissan in a month of February, is due to the good performance of products such as March, NP300, Tiida, Tsuru and Versa, as well as a rebound in sales of models from other hi-end lines. Since February 1995, when they reached a 24.8% share of the market, Nissan had not achieved such results, which show a 23.2% increase over February 2011, when 16,153 units were sold; in addition to a 7.6% increase over January 2012, when 18,501 units were sold.
    Source: Notimex | Date: 08/03/2012