Nissan's global sales in April fell 41.6%

Nissan Motor's global sales fell 41.6% last April compared to the same month of 2019 and in the first four months of this year it accumulates a reduction of 31.1%, the company announced Thursday.

Like other companies in the sector, Nissan Motor has suffered this year due to the fall in global demand for vehicles due to the derivations of the coronavirus pandemic, which has forced to suspend production in many of the company's plants.

The data was released hours before Nissan released the results for the fiscal year ended last March, which is expected to record red numbers on its operating balance for the first time in eleven years.

Last April, Nissan sold 217,264 vehicles and in the first four months of the year a total of 1.20 units, the company said in a statement.

China was the first country to buy Nissan vehicles in April, a total of 122,846, with an increase of 1.1% compared to the same month of 2019. Second was the United States, with 46,287 units (-51.6%) .

In terms of production levels, 150,388 units left the factories of Nissan Motor in April, 62.4% less than in the same month of 2019. In the first four months 1.05 million vehicles were manufactured (-37 ,4 %).


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