Nissan May Ax Datsun For A Second Time Amidst Dwindling Sales Figures

Datsun was once one of the biggest Japanese car companies, but now they face closure as parent company Nissan sees that profits from Datsun sales have been falling since the 1990's.

Datsun became Nissan in the 1980's, but the Datsun name was kept for certain models of cars, notably export models to Europe and Africa.

Nissan has stated that: “Datsun is part of the companies very DNA, but when business and tradition collide it's a tough choice.

Regardless if Datsun gets sold onto a new buyer or disappears for good, we will continue to manufacture parts for Datsun cars of all ages still on the roads across the world”. 

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