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Nissan Reports Asia and Oceania Sales for July 2013

HONG KONG, Aug. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Nissan today announced July sales results for the Asia and Oceania region, totaling 24,630 units, down 8.2% versus the previous year.

% chg
% chg
Thailand 5,600 8,393 -33.3% 19,210 32,483 -40.9%
Australia 5,080 6,148 -17.4% 25,430 26,141 -2.7%
Indonesia 6,090 7,050 -13.6% 21,070 23,918 -11.9%
Malaysia 5,010 3,144 59.4% 17,710 11,676 51.7%
Other 2,850 2,104 35.5% 9,800 8,830 11.0%
TOTAL 24,630 26,839 -8.2% 93,220 103,048 -9.5%

*Please note July 2013 and FY 2013 YTD numbers are rounded to the last digit. Additionally, Nissan’s Asia region does not include Japan, mainland China and India.



  • Subcompact car segment sales rebounded, with Almera (2,440 units) and March (960 units) leading sales.


  • Pulsar (1,120 units), Navara (940 units) and Dualis (940 units) were the main contributors of the sales.


  • The all-new Grand Livina, launched in May, reported sales of 3,410 units.
  • March (770 units) and Evalia (740 units) also performed well for the month.


  • Edaran Tan Chong Motor achieved its best-ever July sales with 5,010 units, up 59% versus the prior year.
  • The newly introduced Serena S-Hybrid, launched in July, has received more than 1,000 bookings.
  • Almera posted another solid month with 3,200 units sold.

“Sales recovery in the subcompact car segment in Thailand has shown that the impact of the first-car buyer incentive program’s expiration is beginning to lessen,” said Takayuki Kimura, Nissan regional vice president for Asia and Oceania. “Our market share across the region was 6% in July, which is in line with our mid-term business plan. With many new product launches planned in the coming months, I am confident that we will see a pick-up in our sales.”

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