Japanese car manufacturer Nissan has revealed that it has secured a 60.3 per cent increase in sales by selling 3,999 units last month. August 2013 saw Nissan India sell 2,494 units.
In July as well, it had good figures to show on its report card. July 2014 saw the company register a two-fold jump in sales at 2,913 units when compared to the corresponding month in 2013 where it could sell 1,226 vehicles only. For the ongoing fiscal, the company said its sales in the April-August period stood at 21,596 units as against 9,988 units in the same period last fiscal.
The positive growth trend shown by manufacturers goes to reflect the buyer sentiments and the market conditions in the country. With the festive season in the offing, car makers are hoping to milk it for all its worth. Plus, Nissan also has help from its subsidiary Datsun to fuel its graph.