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Aventador LP700-4
Posted: Saturday, July 29, 2017 6:26:26 AM
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What is meant by " Total Industry Volume " here?

Sales in Japan up 45.6%, US sales up more than total industry volume at 1.2%, sales in China up 5.3%, sales in Europe up 1.1%, and sales in other markets, including Asia and Oceania, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa up 1.2%.


Source:
https://newsroom.nissan-global.com/releases/release-86e9287486d09fff43c10669490007fe-170727-01-e?lang=en-US


Does it mean that Nissan sold 1.2 percent more cars than the total numbers of cars sold in the US market?
Tomahawk71
Posted: Saturday, July 29, 2017 7:11:58 AM

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According to the media presentation, US sales are up 1.2%. But why "total industry volume"? I don't understand, either.

Drag0nspeaker
Posted: Saturday, July 29, 2017 8:47:18 AM

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I can only make a vague guess.

Nissan sales in the US up by 1.2%.

Car sales in the US up by 0.4% (sales volume of the whole car industry)

So increase in Nissan sales volume is greater than the increase in total sales volume.

However, that's a complete guess.


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Posted: Saturday, July 29, 2017 12:51:19 PM

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It doesn't seem to make sense, but that's fairly typical of "analysis" produced by a sales department.

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