NEW REVISES X-TRAIL ORDERS EXCEED 8,000 UNITS IN ONE MONTH

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– Clean Diesel “X-TRAIL 20GT” Orders Exceed 3,000 Units

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. today announced that domestic orders for the new revised X-Trail launched on July 16, reached a total of 8,902 units as of August 19, about one month after its launch. Notably, the Clean Diesel “20GT” model has been well received, with 3,066 orders, which account for 35% of the entire range. The following is the breakdown of the orders:

<Model Grade>
20X *1 61%
20GT *2 35%
20S 2%
25X 2%
*1: 2WD:1%, 4WD:99%
*2: MT:9%, AT:91%
<Customer profile>
Gasoline Clean Diesel
Male Female Male Female
Under 29 21% 5% 8% 0%
30~39 19% 4% 16% 1%
40~49 14% 3% 23% 2%
50~59 16% 2% 24% 1%
Over 60 15% 1% 24% 1%
<Exterior Color>
Diamond Black 35%
Brilliant White Pearl 21%
Brilliant Silver 13%
Burning Red 11%
Blade Silver 10%
Steel Blue 5%
Himalayan Khaki 5%

The new revised X-Trail has been highly acclaimed for its bolder and sportier front-end look, given by redesigned front grille, front bumper and headlights, with a high level of environmental performance that meets the tax break measures in Japan. The Clean Diesel “20GT” model is fully exempt from the automobile acquisition tax and the automobile weight tax, and also eligible for the government “subsidies (a maximum of 210k yen) aimed to promote clean diesel cars” *3. The subsidies for clean diesel cars continue to be available even after end of September 2010, when the eco-car purchase subsidies are due to be terminated.

*3: The application period for the government subsidies (a maximum of 210k yen) to promote the introduction of clean diesel cars is from April 1, 2010 through February 8, 2011. (If the number of applications reaches a certain level, the subsidies are to be terminated before the planned period ends.) The amount of the clean diesel subsidies varies depending on vehicle purchase prices, and the subsidies cannot be drawn upon in combination with the subsidies for eco-car purchases.

Quelle: Nissan

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