Japanese automobile manufacturer Nissan has posted a sales record in Europe for November.
The firm has stated that sales on the continent went up by 14.5 per cent compared to last year, with 49,168 units sold over the course of the month.
Russia sold the most vehicles – 11,145 – 52.3 per cent higher than statistics posted from November 2006, while consumers in the UK snapped up 5,685 models.
This marks the eighth consecutive month in which sales have increased for the firm and also sees the company performing well in both eastern and western Europe.
Meanwhile, Auto123 in Canada has commented on the new 2009 Nissan Murano vehicle.
The website states that the car has "even more boldness to the exterior and just about every panel has been redesigned to show precisely that".
"It sits squarely on the road and one gets a distinct feeling of confidence and capability from simply looking at it," read the review.