Japanese automaker Nissan Motor will gradually quit selling diesel vehicles in Europe, in a further indication of weakening demand for those cars as customers fret over tax increase and looming bans and restrictions associated with diesel in many countries. A Nissan spokeswoman stated there would be a gradual withdrawal of diesel cars in the continent.
Nissan Motor’s premium brand Infiniti sold an overall of 17,578 automobiles in April, a boost of 12 percent from a year previously, which pushed the brand’s international sales in the first 4 months of 2017 to 84,947 vehicles, boost of 16 percent. The development in both April global sales and year-to-date volume came from the
Mitsubishi Motors stated an extra four Nissan executives would join its management team as Nissan grips its control over the smaller automaker where it took a controlling stake in 2016. The statement is part of Mitsubishi Motor’s efforts to reconstruct its management system after it confessed in 2016 that it had overemphasized the mileage on