During December 2004: Nissan sales in GCC market up 46%
Nissan Middle East revealed that its latest sales figures confirm that the Nissan and its regional dealers are on track to achieve their contribution towards Nissan’s global target of achieving an additional 1 million vehicle sales by September 2005. This target is part of Nissan’s 180 plan that covers three years. The record sales in the GCC market during December 2004 were up 46 per cent on the same month of previous year.
“We are extremely happy to see all our efforts materializing in results above our expectations. This is only possible by the dedication of all concerned parties and the continuous commitment of Nissan towards quality and customers service. We would like to thank them for their confidence and loyalty to our products that we will always respect and live up to”, said Keisuke Ishii, Deputy General Manager of sales and market management, Nissan Middle East.
The growth of Nissan 2004 sales have been boosted by the plan to introduce 10 new models across the region from sedan’s like the all-new Nissan Altima which exceeded expectations by 30 per cent a month after its launch in June 2004 to SUV’s such as the impressive 2005 Patrol dubbed the king of all terrain.