Nissan plans for a boost of market share for the new fiscal year

Jun 04, 2018 | Same topic: Auto industry: Latest updates
Plans for the coming fiscal year in the US have been delineated that Nissan will take a new sales strategy.

The US auto industry is experiencing the worst sales figure in the past 8 years when the 2017 sales took a dip in opposition to the previous year.

Speaking of Nissan, its workers still keep endeavoring to pull up their sales potential. However, the automaker, in fact, has reduced workflows at 3 assembly plants in Mexico and 2 in the US. Their occupied production work is hoped to emerge again when the revamped Nissan Altima 2019 arrives in autumn.

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Plans for the coming fiscal year in the US have been delineated that Nissan will take a new sale strategy

Plans for the coming fiscal year in the US have been delineated that Nissan will take a new sales strategy. The auto brand disclosed they now will put profit first ahead of the current strategy which aims at strengthening market share. And, this fiscal year of Nissan is expected to drop 3 percent in sales as they will have shrunk their production by 10 to 20 percent by the summer.

Along with the Nissan Rogue and Nissan Altima which are the best-selling models, the new Nissan Leaf and Kicks are in preparation for Nissan’s upcoming releases to further their success.

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