Japanese carmaker Nissan has reported a dip of 9.2 per cent in its global sales 405,991 units in October.
The company witnessed the steepest decline of 50 per cent in Russia to 4,800 units last month followed by Europe. Nissan monthly sales in Europe were recorded at 37,330 units, down by 21.2 per cent from a year ago.
The U.S and Canada sales also de-grew 5.8 per cent and 13 per cent to 103,563 units and 10,605 units, respectively.
In Japan, Nissan’s dispatches fell 30 per cent to 29,963 units. Meanwhile, the company’s global production in October 2019 declined (-12.6 per cent) from a year earlier to 457,408 units.