5 responses

  1. Tim
    January 13, 2012

    I agree, its definitely preferable to the Maxima; in the Australian market for example, Nissan only sells the Maxima as a sedan contender, which gets only a slow trickle of sales. If they introduced the Altima they would have no troube getting a decent slice of the sedan market.

  2. mfabio83
    January 6, 2012

    i agree with you about Altima. it’s a good car like the other big sedan of Nissan: Maxima.
    But Nissan doesn’t want to sell sedan in Europe because the previous model like Almera, Primera and Maxima QX did’nt sell so much. There were too much competitors and Nissan had prefer to build crossover for Europe so, Qashqai instead Almera, Juke instead Micra (Micra is again in sell in Europe but with sell target completely different than the two previous series) and i think that the next Nissan Murano will be design to “substitute” a sedan like Primera/Altima. Actually this is a perfect idea: Juke and Qashqai sell so much and other brands are going to substitute their hatchback and sedan with crossover for the future.

  3. Miguel
    January 6, 2012

    Bravo Ford!!! Such a great marque!

  4. NismoBoy
    January 5, 2012

    No doubt, great numbers for Honda, despite some declines due to tsunami in Japan last March.

    I never understood why Nissan Altima is not sold worldwide….it´s a great car, with such a great potencial. For example, in Europe Nissan doesn´t have a product in that segment!

  5. Rick Maverick
    January 5, 2012

    Honda CR-V and Civic – hardly anyone buys those cars Europe. But the impressive numbers i/t US + sales in homeland Japan shoot them up in the list of WW ‘bestsellingcars’ ;)

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