Nissan expects its European sales to rebound to 580,000 units in 2005, more than 20% up from last year, with help from new diesel engines and the latest version of the Micra (March) supermini, Automotive News Europe reported. “In the past few years we’ve accepted losing market share in order to be profitable again,” said Mario Canavesi, Nissan Europe’s head of sales and marketing. “Now that Europe is again making money, we can think about expanding sales volumes and market share.”