Renault-Nissan Alliance Posts Record Sales in 2013

February 7, 2014

PARIS, February 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ –

        - Sales rise to 8.3 million units amid record demand in China and the United
        - Alliance sales, including AVTOVAZ, account for one in ten cars sold worldwide
        - Zero-emission sales up more than 50% from 2012

The Renault-Nissan Alliance sold a record 8,266,098 vehicles in 2013, propelled by
record sales in the car group’s two largest markets, China and the United States.

Renault-Nissan’s 2013 calendar-year sales, which include sales of Russia’s AVTOVAZ,
increased 2.1% from 2012. This marks the fifth straight year of sales growth. Together,
Renault, Nissan and AVTOVAZ account for one in ten cars sold worldwide.

“Strong demand in the world’s top markets more than offset anemic growth and declines
elsewhere,” said Renault-Nissan Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn. “We will always experience
periods of regional instability, but we remain bullish: The auto industry is a long-term
growth story – and the Renault-Nissan Alliance is well positioned to continue to play a
major role in all major segments globally.”

Renault group sold 2,628,208 units worldwide in 2013, up 3.1% from 2012. Sales in
Europe rose 2.4% to 1,301,864 units despite a 1.7% decline in the overall market.
Renault’s European market share rose 0.4 percentage points to 9.5%, making it the fastest
growing automotive group in Europe in 2013.

Renault continued to generate more than 50% of its sales outside of Europe for the
second consecutive year with sales outside of the home continent totaling 1,326,344 units,
up 3.8% from 2012.

Nissan Motor Corporation sold 5,102,979 units worldwide, up 3.3% – a record for the
fourth straight calendar year. Nissan continued to generate more than one million units in
its two biggest markets: China and the United States.

AVTOVAZ, owner of the iconic LADA brand, sold 534,911 vehicles globally, down 12.1%
from 2012 amid the economic slowdown in Russia. The Renault-Nissan Alliance has a majority
stake in AVTOVAZ, Russia’s largest automaker, through a joint venture with state
corporation RosTech (formerly known as Russia Technologies). Together, the Renault-Nissan
Alliance and AVTOVAZ sell about one in three cars in Russia.

Renault and Nissan highlights

The Alliance’s top ten markets in 2013 were China, US, Russia, Japan, France, Mexico,
Brazil, Germany, the UK and Turkey.

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        Mia Nielsen

SOURCE Renault-Nissan Alliance

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