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Nissan Egypt is set to cooperate with KidZania Cairo to establish a role-play attraction modelled after their automotive production line at KidZania Edutainment Park. Through this initiative, Nissan will provide a unique opportunity for younger generations to learn about Nissan products and engage in the excitement that stems from the manufacturing process experience. The managing director …
Hyundai, Chevrolet, Nissan are bestsellers
Daily News Egypt created a list of the 10 top-selling cars in the Egyptian market in the first half of 2016. Those 10 passenger car models sold 33,200 cars from January to June, representing 47% of the total sales of 70,800 units in the six months. The locally manufactured Hyundai Verna topped the list, achieving …
While people flock to the coastal cities to take advantage of the summer months, automotive companies are also looking to take advantage of the summer season to promote their cars and after-sales services. Daily News Egypt is taking a look at the direction automotive companies are moving in, including Kia, Toyota, BMW, Renault, and Nissan. …
Nissan’s New Sunny maintained its position as the best-selling Japanese car in the first six months of 2016, selling 6,636 units at a total value of EGP 822m. Mitsubishi Lancer EX came in second place with sales of 3,761 cars at EGP 658m, followed by Nissan Sentra with 2,393 units valued at EGP 386m. …
Hyundai is competing against Chevrolet to top the best-sellers list and Nissan comes in third
Several car dealerships kept their prices unchanged from July to August, despite the turmoil that hit the automotive market when the US dollar exchange rate rose above EGP 13. Other companies chose to temporarily raise their prices. Distributors and traders also raised the prices to counter the increasing cost of imports. Chairperson of El-Saba Automotive …
Nissan’s GT Academy and PlayStation® are proud to announce the kickoff of live events in Egypt running from 21 July to 15 August. Tonight’s first kick-off will take place at Porto Marina, North Coast. Last week, Nissan celebrated its second year of GT Academy’s success at the opening ceremony in Marrakesh. GT Academy’s first phase …
Nissan’s New Sunny maintained its position as the best-selling Japanese car in the first five months of 2016, selling 5,451 units at a total value of EGP 675m. Mitsubishi Lancer EX came in second place with sales of 3,073 cars at EGP 537m, followed by Nissan Sentra with 2,151 units valued at EGP 347m. Toyota …
Hyundai is racing with Chevrolet to lead the market; Nissan comes in third
24% decrease in private cars sales, 27% in buses, and 29% in trucks
29.6% retreat in imported cars sales, and locally assembled cars sales decrease by 20%
South Korea has said it wants Japanese carmaker Nissan to face criminal charges for allegedly falsifying emissions data on a popular sports utility vehicle. The automaker itself insisted the accusations were unfounded.
Toyota increased the price of Fortuner by EGP 15,000, Corolla and Yaris by EGP 10,000, and Auris by EGP 28,000.
The automotive market has witnessed dramatic prices increase in recent months, driven by the shortage of hard currency required for importing and the high exchange rate on the informal market.
85% decline in ‘super saloon’ class, 96% in Juke
Mitsubishi Lancer EX came in second place with sales of 1,710 cars at EGP 285m, followed by Nissan Sentra with 1,460 units valued at EGP 237m
Japanese carmaker Nissan has conformed it’ll buy a large stake in scandal-plagued domestic rival Mitsubishi Motors. For Nissan, the investment is above all meant to increase its clout in the small-car market.
Jeep, BMW, and Suzuki announce the closure of reservations for their vehicles
The company has plans to expand in Egypt but is waiting for the “right moment”
Japanese cars sold 50,400 from total market sales of about 179,000 cars, acquiring 33.8% of the market
Several investment plans by Nissan are on hold due to foreseen risks, says Nissan GM
$100m total company investments in Egypt: Mardrus
We plan to produce 26,000 cars in 2015, compared to 21,000 last year, says Nissan Deputy Chairman
The Camry and Corolla maker, which last year overtook General Motors to regain the title of world’s biggest automaker, said things would get even better