Nissan has decided not to sell its commercial and vans in the United States. The car maker will no longer offer commercial and vans for fleet sales, but will push cars and SUVs for fleet sales, the report said. It is reported that Nissan will finish the production of full-size NV trucks made in Canton, Mississippi, and compact nv200 vans made in Mexico next summer. Factors influencing Nissan’s decision include Ford’s dominance of commercial trucks in the United States. Ford has most of the market share and sold 250000 transit and Transit Connect vans last year. In the same period, Nissan only sold 39000 NV and nv200 models. In terms of more specific market share, Ford sells nearly half of all large commercial trucks, Chevrolet accounts for another quarter, and Nissan only accounts for 4.9%. Another problem that has been pointed out to be the decline of Nissan’s vans is that its pickup Titan is not selling well. Many companies want to buy trucks and trucks from the same company, according to the report. < p > < p > Nissan’s new business advantage plan is a transformation of its previous commercial sales business. In the past, only a few models were commercially available, and business advantage plans to sell all Nissan cars except the GT-R to government and corporate fleets. Considering that the GT-R is a six figure sports car, that’s reasonable. < / P > < p > commercial vehicle buyers can enjoy bulk discounts and other benefits by purchasing two vehicles through the & quot; business advantage program. Nissan dealers are unlikely to be happy with the cancellation of commercial vehicles, as some have invested heavily in servicing them. Skip to content

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