Sales through April soared 107% from prior-year to 19,401 units, the automaker says, while May deliveries more than doubled to 5,021 from 2,080 in like-2013. This result follows a 28.7% fall to 32,240 units in 2013, according to WardsAuto data. “Our performance has been encouraging and our aim is to remain progressive,” Nissan India Group President Kenichiro Yomura says. Adds Hiroshi Hata, the new chairman of Nissan’s Africa, Middle East & India Group, “We would ...

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