Shanghai (Gasgoo)- Last year, Nissan delivered a total of 1,519,714 vehicles in China, surpassing Honda and Toyota, whose sales were respectively 1,441,307 units and 1,290,000 units.
Nissan announced that its delivery marked an all-time high in China market, increasing 12.2 percent year on year. In the last month of 2017, Nissan China delivery rose 13.4 percent year on year to 184,197 units. The Sylphy was the most popular Nissan model in China with a sales volume of over 50,000 units in December, 2017.
Honda was the first one among the three Japanese automakers to announce 2017 China sales. In 2017, Honda delivered a record-high sales volume of 1,441,307 vehicles in China, growing 15.5 percent compared with the previous year, but still lagged behind Nissan. In December, 2017, Honda and its joint venture in China delivered 141,195 vehicles, growing 6.2 percent year on year and setting the best monthly sales record.
Toyota, once the most popular Japanese auto brand in China, handed over 1.29 million vehicles in China last year, an increase of 6.3 percent from a year earlier. In December, 2017, Toyota China sales dropped 5.6 percent to 107,500 units, according to Reuters. In terms of 2017 China sales, Toyota fell behind Nissan by nearly 230,000 units and Honda 150,000 units.
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