Nissan removes Datsun, Japanese Dacia wanted by Carlos Ghosn

Nissan removes Datsun, Japanese Dacia wanted by Carlos Ghosn


Nissan removes Datsun, Japanese Dacia. Unlike the Romanian brand Renault, the Japanese manufacturer’s experiment with cheap cars turned out to be a real fiasco. So Nissan is throwing in the towel and announcing this Monday, April 25th that it is suspending production. Less than a decade after it was launched under the supervision of former CEO Carlos Ghosn. “Production of Datsun Redi-GO – similar to the cheap Renault Kwid – will stop at the Chennai factory” in India, according to Nissan. About 7,000 units of this edition were sold in 2021, a spokesman for the group said. Against… 603,000 Dacia (Europe or Maghreb). And, if we consider the low-cost models sold under the Renault brand outside Europe, we reach 1,150,000!

Released in 2012 by Carlos Ghosn



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