Nissan is planning a new mainstream C-segment hatchback that will take on the entire range of Volkswagen Golf models, from Bluemotion to GTI, and will be priced accordingly.
That’s according to Nissan’s new vice president of sales and marketing, Guillaume Cartier. He confirmed that the C-segment model would target the established mainstream when it arrives next year.
He told us “when we went out and did our research we found that there were lots of customers who would never buy a crossover. So we knew that while we had the Juke and the Qashqai, we also needed a traditional B-segment model (the Nissan Note) and a C-segment hatchback.”Read Article