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  • Nissan launches showrooms for women
  • Nissan launches showrooms for women
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Nissan launches showrooms for women

Over 65% of global car purchases are made by women, but car showrooms can often feel like particularly masculine environments. Nissan in Japan intends to appeal to its female consumer base with bright and welcoming women-only stores called the Ladies First project.

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