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Nissan production, sales and exports for March 2021 and April 2020 – March 2021

Source: Motorpress /Nissan South Africa

Nissan’s global production in March increased 49.7% from a year earlier.Global sales for the April 2020-March 2021 period declined 12.4% from the year earlier.
              

YOKOHAMA, Japan (Apr. 28, 2021) – Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. today announced production, sales and export figures for March 2021 and the period from April 2020 – March 2021.

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. today announced production,
Production




March

2021

(vehicles)


Year-on-year change (%)


April 2020-
March 2021

(vehicles)


Year-on-year change (%)


April 2019-
March 2020

(vehicles)







Passenger vehicles


60,809


+29.5


437,642


-34.1


663,945

Commercial vehicles


8,044


-2.7


79,402


-15.3


93,747

Production in Japan


68,853


+24.7


517,044


-31.8


757,692




US


57,724


+60.0


429,157


-38.2


694,305

Mexico


59,144


+27.4


524,273


-18.8


645,709

UK


26,570


+41.0


246,050


-24.3


325,243

Spain


2,820


+87.4


13,875


-74.8


55,022

China


119,453


+109.0


1,603,892


+16.3


1,378,642

Others


57,575


+23.1


462,896


-36.2


725,461

Production outside Japan


323,286


+56.4


3,280,143


-14.2


3,824,382

Global production


392,139


+49.7


3,797,187


-17.1


4,582,074

Notes:

“Others” represents the combined total of production in markets including Argentina, Brazil, Egypt, France, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, the Republic of Korea, Russia, South Africa, Taiwan and Thailand (excluding complete knock-down production).

China production includes Dongfeng-brand passenger vehicles and light commercial vehicles.

March 2021

Nissan’s global production in March increased 49.7% from a year earlier.

• Production in and outside Japan surpassed year-earlier results by 24.7% and 56.4%, respectively.

April 2020 - March 2021

Nissan’s global production for the April 2020-March 2021 period declined 17.1% from a year earlier.

• Production in and outside Japan declined 31.8% and 14.2% from a year-earlier, respectively.

o Production in China surpassed year-earlier results by 16.3%, setting a record for the April – March period.

Sales

March

2021

(vehicles)


Year-on-year
change
(%)


April 2020-
March 2021
(vehicles)


Year-on-year
change
(%)


April 2019-
March 2020
(vehicles)
































Passenger vehicles


33,848


+26.2


213,346


-19.8


266,013

Commercial vehicles


7,889


-2.2


56,291


-10.7


63,015

Japan (registration)


41,737


+19.6


269,637


-18.1


329,028

Japan (minivehicles)


27,384


+14.1


208,175


+1.3


205,430

Japan (incl. minivehicles)


69,121


+17.4


477,812


-10.6


534,458







US


129,033


+65.1


927,164


-25.1


1,237,435

Canada


12,985


+168.8


93,869


-23.6


122,847

Mexico


21,040


+19.6


191,002


-26.2


258,720

North America


163,144


+62.0


1,212,862


-25.1


1,620,012




Russia


5,939


-38.8


63,644


-28.1


88,487

Europe


52,171


+39.6


391,497


-24.8


520,513

China


130,479


+78.0


1,602,539


+13.7


1,409,694

Others


60,370


+34.3


514,096


-27.3


706,918

Sales outside Japan


406,164


+58.5


3,720,994


-12.6


4,257,137

Global sales


475,285


+50.8


4,198,806


-12.4


4,791,595

Notes:

Japan sales are categorized into passenger vehicles and commercial vehicles based on chassis.

Europe sales include Israel.

China sales figures (excluding commercial vehicles) have been retail since January 2015. Year-on-year percentage change excludes commercial vehicles.

China sales include Dongfeng-brand passenger vehicles and light commercial vehicles.

March 2021

Global sales in March increased 50.8% from a year earlier.

Sales in Japan including minivehicles increased 17.4% from a year earlier.

Sales in Japan of registered vehicles surpassed year-earlier results by 19.6%.

Minivehicle sales in Japan surpassed year-earlier results by 14.1%.
Sales outside Japan surpassed year-earlier results by 58.5%.

April 2020 - March 2021

Global sales for the April 2020-March 2021 period declined 12.4% from the year earlier.

Sales in Japan including minivehicles declined 10.6% from the year earlier.
Minivehicle sales in Japan surpassed year-earlier results by 1.3%.

Sales outside Japan declined 12.6% from the year earlier.
Sales in China surpassed year-earlier results by 13.7%, setting a record for the April – March period.

Exports from Japan

March

2021

(vehicles)


Year-on-year change (%)


April 2020-
March 2021
(vehicles)


Year-on-year change (%)


April 2019-
March 2020
(vehicles)






North America


21,390


+44.9


186,554


-28.1


259,575

Europe


1,772


+49.2


13,416


-63.8


37,101

Others


13,672


+14.6


91,954


-35.6


142,747

Total exports from Japan


36,834


+32.2


291,924


-33.6


439,423

Notes:
1 . Exports are the total of complete build-up and complete knock-down vehicles (based on data from JAMA).
2 . Export regions are based on JAMA geographic divisions. (Mexico is included in “Others.”)

March 2021

Exports from Japan in March surpassed year-earlier results by 32.2%.

April 2020 - March 2021

Exports from Japan for the April 2020-March 2021 period declined 33.6% from the year earlier.

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Nissan’s global production for the April 2020-March 2021 period declined 17.1% from a year earlier
Global sales for the April 2020-March 2021 period declined 12.4% from the year earlier.

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