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Thread: Nissan Micra Canadian sales figures, 2014-2017 (vs. Spark & Mirage)

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    Nissan seems to do it later than other companies. So far, only the 2018 Leaf is listed as a new model on their PR site.

    The 2017 model of the Micra showed up on their web site in January of 2017. The 2016 brochures were available at dealers in Nov/Dec of 2015.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MetroMPG View Post
    Nissan seems to do it later than other companies. So far, only the 2018 Leaf is listed as a new model on their PR site.

    The 2017 model of the Micra showed up on their web site in January of 2017. The 2016 brochures were available at dealers in Nov/Dec of 2015.
    That makes sense, thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetroMPG View Post
    Another record month for Nissan Canada, and a good month for Micra with 922 delivered.

    Spark stats have been updated for July & August, and oddly, it seems to have made up for the stop-sale they had in May/June. They sold 351 in Jul, and August was its best ever month, at 597 sold. Who'da thunk?
    That's interesting to hear, I bought the last one on the lot around then and they didn't get any more for a couple of weeks but now the lot has half a dozen that haven't sold.

    However, there's quite a few Micras here considering the population (1-3 sold per month since launch were the figures I was quoted). Whitehorse is a bit of an anomaly overall. There's a crazy amount of Elements and Ridgelines despite how low their sales figures were across North America. Only about 15k and 35k sold in Canada respectively and there's at least 100 of each here with a population of only about 22k.

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    There's a crazy amount of Elements and Ridgelines despite how low their sales figures were across North America.
    Interesting how an individual city can have a unique vehicle mix, a lot different than the average.

    I wonder what weird patterns there are in some other cities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetroMPG View Post
    Interesting how an individual city can have a unique vehicle mix, a lot different than the average.

    I wonder what weird patterns there are in some other cities.
    It's pretty neat to see and semi-analyze. Despite the climate we have a lot of Prius/Prius Cs and tonnes of hippy beater vans and lifted Delicas too lol.



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