Domestic sales were down 32.89 per cent last month at 2,020 units as compared to 3,010 units in December 2021, it added.
However, exports grew by 73.6 per cent at 6,971 units over 4,016 units in the year-ago month.
“The year has been challenging on the supply side, customer interest has been strong specially in the festive period. The higher purchasing power of the customers is driving interest towards aspirational products,” PTI quoted Nissan Motor India Managing Director Rakesh Srivastava as saying.
(With inputs from PTI)