CHINA: Sedan sales spur Nissan

By just-auto.com editorial team | 27 October 2009

Sales of Teana and Sylphy sedans boosted Nissan Motor volume in China 63.8% to 75,209 units last month, the automaker said.

Nissan, in partnership with Dongfeng Motor Group, sold 541,428 vehicles in the country in the first three quarters, up 35.2% year on year.

Teana and Sylphy models eached topped 10,000 units in September but nine-month data was not provided, Reuters noted.

Nissan's car venture with Dongfeng sold 400,632 units in the first nine months, up 47.2%.

Nissan last month said it expected full year China sales to rise 18% above its initial target of 570.000 units.