New Delhi, Nissan Motor India on Monday said its domestic wholesales increased 24 per cent to 2,617 units in April. The company had dispatched 2,110 units in the same month of last year.
The automaker also exported 632 units last month.
Nissan Motor India Managing Director Rakesh Srivastava said that the positive momentum continues on the strength of the Magnite, which has garnered over one lakh customer bookings.
“Our focus continues to be the domestic market while continuously expanding our global footprint of exports to more than 15 countries,” he said in a statement.
Going forward, the company expects the customer sentiment to remain positive on account of GDP growth and normal monsoon, with industry projections of high single digit growth for the FY 2023-24 period, Srivastava added.