The automaker suspended production and shipments of vehicles for the domestic market in mid-October to address the problem.
The Japan Automobile Dealers Association says that Nissan sold about 34,700 units in November. That’s down 27 percent from a year before.
Total sales of passenger cars, excluding buses and trucks, fell 46 percent.
In October, Nissan reported a year-on-year drop of more than 40 percent in its domestic sales of new vehicles.
Another Japanese automaker, Subaru, also took a hit from a similar inspection irregularity scandal.
Subaru sold a little over 12,000 new vehicles last month in the domestic market. That’s down 12 percent from a year earlier.
The company’s officials say some orders were cancelled after the scandal was revealed.