Nissan: Nissan Note tops Japan’s Jan sales rankings

YOKOHAMA, Japan – The Nissan Note took a No. 1 mark in Japan’s new automobile sales rankings for January, as a recognition of a e-POWER electrified powertrain helped make a indication a best-selling compress automobile in a country, Nissan announced today.

The Nissan Serena placed fourth in a altogether rankings and was also No. 1 in a segment. The rankings bar sales of mini-vehicles.

The e-POWER chronicle of a Note has been a strike in Japan given it was introduced in Nov 2016, with sales reaching some-more than 100,000 vehicles in a initial 11 months. The automobile is driven by an electric engine that’s powered by a gasoline engine. The 100% electric engine expostulate complement treats drivers to absolute acceleration, still operation and well-developed fuel efficiency, while a purpose of a gasoline engine is particularly to beget electric power. Nissan is formulation to broach some-more e-POWER models globally.

 

 

Three Nissan models placed among Japan’s tip 10 including minivehicles in January, display a company’s domestic sales movement is recovering. The Nissan Dayz ranked second, a Note was third, and a Serena came in 10th.

“These really clever sales formula infer that a business in Japan know good products when they see them, either it is e-POWER record in a Nissan Note or ProPILOT record in a Nissan Serena,” pronounced Daniele Schillaci, executive clamp boss for Nissan. “Here in Japan, Nissan will continue delivering high peculiarity products that make a customers’ lives improved and pierce people to a improved world. That is what Nissan Intelligent Mobility is all about.”

As betrothed in a company’s new code debate in Japan, “Nissan Pride,” a association will continue to broach innovative technologies that will lead and warn a world, with honour in Japan’s and a company’s technological ingenuity.


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Nissan’s e-POWER record wins environmental award
Nissan to betray new Serena e-POWER during Tokyo Motor Show
The new redesigned Nissan Note facilities new ‘e-POWER’ expostulate system
Nissan introduces new electric-motor drivetrain: e-POWER

 


 

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