The numbers are in: 10.6 million vehicles sold in 2017. [UPDATE] The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance has posted the final sales numbers for 2017, with combined sales standing at 10,608,366 units. Group Renault moved 8.5 percent more cars last year by delivering 3,761,634 vehicles, while Nissan shipped 5,816,278 units (up by 4.6%). As for Mitsubishi, the company saw a 10% boost in deliveries, at 1,030,454 cars. See the attached press release below for a more in-depth look at the numbers based on automaker and region. Despite the Dieselgate issue, it's safe to say the Volkswagen Group had an exceptional 2017. Customer deliveries rose by a significant 4.3 percent to a record 10.74 million vehicles. December was a particularly successful month for VAG, with nearly 1 million (998,800 units) shipped all over the world, representing an 8.5% increase compared to December 2016. But was that enough to allow the VW Group hold on to its sales crown? If you're asking the newly formed Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi, the answer would have to be "no." According to the alliance's CEO, Carlos Ghosn, the company he's running is technically the biggest car manufacturer in the world with more than 10.6 million light private and commercial vehicles sold. Yes, 10.6M <… Read full this story
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