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It's sad to hear that Nissan is also down by 20% :( I guess we can only expect more decline during these uncertain times ahead of us.
 

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Nissan down more than most because the range is limited, tired and overpriced.

A facelift Juke won't make a jot of difference.

The SUV market is buoyant, albeit down on previous years.

Where is the competing Nissan offering?
 

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Lets be honest, Brexit is clearly to blame. Even those that advocated it were loath to spend their cash since they had no real idea what would happen.

Now we are at least partially out of Europe things may improve but since it could be 12 months (or longer with extensions) before its finally settled there is still plenty of uncertainty ahead.

And it could all go tits up when the truth is finally revealed.
 

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So we are on our way to hell in a hand cart... We'll see.
It doesn't help car sales when diesel vehicles are are now seen by the government as satans choice so they'll tax you and ban you from the city.
If you buy a petrol hybrid they will cane you with road tax (odd)
All electric cars are too expensive and don't have the range.
So you are left with less choice and i don't blame anyone for hanging on to their old motors for the time being.
 

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Anyone old enough to remember going in to the 'Common Market',(as it was).

The exact same thing happened back then. No one knew what would happen by entering the 'Common Market'.

At least we had a British Car Industry.

People never like like change, and the changes on this forum is a prime, minor example.

This is the second change since being on this forum, even then members didn't like it.

The car industry for the masses, is rather like a wet pudding. You don't know who's producing what car, and parts of. Nissan are a prime example. Just about every other car is an amalgamation of the others. Take Ford for instance.......Volvo, Jaguar, Mazda and Land Rover were all linked at one point. Now BMW are at it, along side all the others. Now we have a serious move to all to all electric.

There maybe so many other reasons for the drop in car sales, especially production in the far east. Hyundia etc etc

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So we are on our way to hell in a hand cart... We'll see.
It doesn't help car sales when diesel vehicles are are now seen by the government as satans choice so they'll tax you and ban you from the city.
If you buy a petrol hybrid they will cane you with road tax (odd)
All electric cars are too expensive and don't have the range.
So you are left with less choice and i don't blame anyone for hanging on to their old motors for the time being.
Completely agree with this and DIG-S' sentiment about people being less likely to spend during Brexit uncertainty. Doesn't look too promising for the british car industry unfortunately :( things will look very different in years to come
 
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