Nissan's Sunderland Plant is feeling the benefits of the UK scrappage scheme with a 40% increase in Nissan Micra production.
The news comes as the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) announced that UK vehicle production has slowed to it slowest rate of decline in September 2009 since the crisis began.
Around 11,000 Nissan Micras rolled off the line making it a bumper month for the supermini, which has proved a hit with not only the Scrappage Scheme launched by the Government but Nissan's own extended scheme.
Launched to coincide with the Government Scheme in April 2009, Nissan's extended Trade-in offer provides a minimum £2,000 trade in to any owner of a car aged 8-10 years when purchasing a Sunderland built Nissan.
As well as offering the savings to a wider range of potential buyers, it also aims to sustain the uplift in sales enjoyed by the company in recent months.
Sales of Nissan Micra topped 10,445 across Europe in September 2009, an increase of 4% on last year making it Nissan's second best selling model.
But The Nissan Micra's not the only Sunderland Plant model doing well, Nissan Qashqai sales were up 15% last month year on year with a strong customer order bank which continues to exceed expectations.
Trevor Mann, Senior Vice President Manufacturing, Nissan Europe: "The scrappage incentives have brought sales that wouldn't normally have been generated with Micra proving one of the most popular.
"Both the Government's and Nissan's own schemes have stimulated the market and allowed us to protect jobs at the plant and in the dealer network.
"The boost to production has been very welcome but we need to remain cautious as scrappage incentives are scheduled to come to an end shortly.
"We will continue to monitor the markdt and adjust our production plan accordingly."