February 05, 2019

The Truth About Nissan’s Sunderland U-Turn

Jack BuckbyRebel Contributor

Remainers want you to think Nissan’s decision to cancel SUV production in Sunderland is all about Brexit – but there’s much more to the story.

I’ll be honest and say that Brexit does play a part in this, but not in the way people want you to think.

The uncertainty surrounding Brexit, thanks to Remain MPs trying to stop Brexit from even happening, has made it difficult for ANY business to plan ahead in the UK.

Furthermore, the issue of diesel is much more pressing than Brexit.

The fact is, Nissan is unable to turn a profit on its new SUV because of slowing sales of diesel cars, and new emissions regulations from the EU.

So you could say that the EU is more to blame for Nissan’s U-turn, than Brexit. Watch this video for the details, sales numbers and the finicky facts that Remainers won't address.

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commented 2019-02-06 03:13:58 -0500
And battery driven cars are not “performing well” in Canada’s frigid climate?? Now Who’d have thought??? That’s as predictable as skatin’ frozen dog turds on the Rideau Canal…
commented 2019-02-05 22:36:14 -0500
Bruce Atchison—-You are correct, they don’t understand their business because Brussels has been telling them how much to charge their customers, and how to run their business.
commented 2019-02-05 21:14:33 -0500
Goes to show that anti-Brexit folks don’t understand business.
commented 2019-02-05 18:10:43 -0500
Remainers cry about the BS put out by Nissan, meanwhile Jaguars and Land Rovers are made in Germany. They need to get their knickers untwisted.
commented 2019-02-05 16:15:53 -0500
Jack, we heard in NA that Nissan was going to open a 2nd plant in the UK, however after seeing your Parliament and PM’s decision making time frame; they said a 10 year approval time wasn’t feasible.