Nissan March

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Nissan do Brasil reached a new milestone in 2012. In addition to being the top growing automaker for the third consecutive year, Nissan do Brasil has for the first time exceeded 100,000 units sold in the domestic market. These are considerable results for Nissan, taking into account the issues faced by the brand due to vehicle shortages at dealerships.
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Going for Gold with Brazil

Going for Gold with Brazil

Going for Gold with Brazil

Going for Gold with Brazil

Toshiaki Otani, managing director of the Renault-Nissan Alliance

Toshiaki Otani, managing director of the Renault-Nissan Alliance

Nissan Begins Ambitious Recruitment and Training Program for 3,000 Employees for its New Automotive Complex in Mexico

Nissan Begins Ambitious Recruitment and Training Program for 3,000 Employees ...

Nissan Begins Ambitious Recruitment and Training Program for 3,000 Employees for its New Automotive Complex in Mexico

Nissan Begins Ambitious Recruitment and Training Program for 3,000 Employees ...

Nissan and Petrobras Distribuidora Sign Memorandum of Understanding to Promote Zero Emission Mobility

Nissan and Petrobras Distribuidora Sign Memorandum of Understanding to Promot ...

Nissan and Petrobras Distribuidora Sign Memorandum of Understanding to Promote Zero Emission Mobility

Nissan and Petrobras Distribuidora Sign Memorandum of Understanding to Promot ...

A Zero-Emission Escape to the Beaches of Rio de Janeiro During the Rio+20

A Zero-Emission Escape to the Beaches of Rio de Janeiro During the Rio+20

Mia Nielsen, Communications Manager, Renault-Nissan

Mia Nielsen, Communications Manager, Renault-Nissan

Nissan March

Nissan March