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Nissan will stop production of two models!

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According to foreign media reports, Nissan's overseas version of Nissan Altima (domestic counterpart "Nissan Teana") will stop production in 2025. According to the report, Nissan mentioned in a reply to the media: "Altima completed the change in the fall of 2022, using a new look and more new technology." We will continue to invest in cars to provide customers with models with strong entertainment functions and enhanced safety technology. As Nissan's Ambition 2030 accelerates, we are working on a lot of exciting new plans, but there is nothing to share at the moment. "

So far, Nissan officials have not responded to the news. Auto Industry concern believes that if the above news is true, Nissan chose to abandon the overseas version of Nissan Altima may have something to do with its poor sales.

According to the overseas version of Nissan's Altima positioning medium-sized car, Nissan sold 139955 Altima vehicles in 2022, the only second-selling model in the product line in 2022 (the other model is Qijun Rogue, with cumulative sales of 186480), but in the first half of 2023, Nissan sold only 63241 Altima vehicles, down 19.6 percent from the same period last year.

In the Chinese market, Nissan Altima corresponds to Nissan Teana. At present, the Nissan Teana on sale in China is a medium-term modified model. On September 30, 2022, the new Teana officially launched five models with a price range of 17.98-239800 yuan. As a medium-term modified model, the new Teana has made certain adjustments to the appearance and shape, using a new design style, and the power is still equipped with 2.0T/2.0L engines.


However, after the change, Teana's sales did not show an obvious growth trend. Data show that Teana's cumulative sales were 146012 in 2022 and 44755 from January to July this year, of which only 5561 were sold in July, down 50% from the previous month. It fell out of the top 10 of the top20 list of medium-sized cars and drew a clear distance from Accord and Camry, which are also Japan's top three. As for the overseas version of Altima discontinued production will have an impact on the domestic Teana, it is not clear.

In addition, Nissan Versa (domestic counterpart "Nissan Sunshine") model will also stop production in 2025, the car positioning compact car, Nissan Versa sales of 13396 vehicles for the whole of 2022. Nissan will release a new all-electric car in 2026, the report said.


It should be noted that Nissan Altima (domestic counterpart "Nissan Teana") and Nissan Versa (domestic counterpart "Nissan Sunshine") are both fuel cars, and under the background that trams have generally become mainstream, it is imperative to stop production of fuel cars.

Nowadays, electrification has almost become the transformation direction of global auto companies. In the middle of last month, there were media reports that Nissan would use the S pure electric platform in Dongfeng's newly released quantum intelligent electric architecture to develop and produce Nissan's pure electric models, but the exact form of cooperation between the two sides is not yet clear. Nissan China then responded: "it has been confirmed that the platform described in this article will use the own brand of Nissan's joint venture in China, not the Nissan brand." It is mentioned in the article that Nissan is a Nissan joint venture in China, not the Nissan brand. "

So far, Nissan has only Ariya ARIYA, an all-electric SUV, on sale in China, but it has also performed poorly in the market, selling only 1469 vehicles from January to July this year, including 115 in July. For Nissan, it is urgent to complete the transformation of new energy.

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