Japanese car maker Nissan today reported over two-fold increase in sales at 5,021 units in India for the month of May mainly driven by the newly launched brand Datsun GO which contributed 1,992 units.
The company had sold 2,080 vehicles in May 2013, Nissan Group of India said in a statement.
Commenting on the sales performance, Nissan Group of India President Kenichiro Yomura said: "Our sales performance has been encouraging since the start of FY'14 and our aim is to continue to remain progressive on our performance."
He further said: "Our business imperatives are being fine-tuned by expanding our dealer and service reach, enhancing our after-sales operations and introducing new, exciting products."
While Terrano and Datsun GO are performance drivers, the new Sunny and Datsun GO+ are on the anvil, he added.