BEIJING (December 5, 2022) – Nissan’s PV (Nissan + Venucia + INFINITI brands) and LCV sales (incl. DFAC sales from Jan.-Sep. and ZNA) in China reached 974,715 vehicles from January to November of the year, a 20.2% decline year on year, resulting from continued external headwinds, including industrywide parts and chip shortages, and intensified pandemic disruptions.
Nissan sales in China were 47,983 units in November*, a 52.5% decline year on year.
Note: Nissan announces rounded flash results to the media.
Nissan reports retail sales for PV and wholesale sales for LCV
Shohei Yamazaki, senior vice president of Nissan, chairman of the Management Committee for China and president of Dongfeng Motor Ltd. (DFL), said company sales continue to be impacted by prolonged headwinds including the intensified pandemic situation in key Chinese cities and parts shortage.
“Despite the severe situation, together with our partners, we continued to deliver quality products and services to customers when and wherever possible,” he said. “Our priority now is the safety and well-being of our customers, employees, dealers, suppliers, and their families, as well as the community at large here in China, as we expect to address the diverse needs of Chinese customers as quickly as the situation allows.”
He said the company’s joint venture in China – Dongfeng Nissan - will be celebrating production of 15 million units in total in December 2022, marking another milestone in the company’s nearly 20-year partnership with Dongfeng Motor. “We remain committed to the market and accelerating our development in China,” he said.
* DFAC result is excluded since Oct due to scope change.
* INFINITI sales includes both CBU and local production
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