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Sept. 2006 Sales: Nissan North America

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Sept. 2006 Sales: Nissan North America

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (October 3, 2006) – Nissan North America, Inc. (NNA) reports sales of 88,340 units in September, which is a decrease of 9.2 percent from the prior year. The Nissan Division sales decreased by 9.1 percent over last year. The Infiniti Division posted a sales decline of 9.8 percent versus the prior year.

NISSAN HIGHLIGHTS

· September sales for Nissan-brand vehicles of 77,962 units decreased 9.1 percent on a daily sales rate basis when compared to last year with 82,478 units sold.

· The Murano had its best ever September with sales of 6,093 units.

· The new Versa subcompact continues to experience a solid start, with sales of 4,729 units.

· Nissan’s Pathfinder and Armada SUVs saw strong sales in September, with year-over-year monthly increases of 15.1 percent for Pathfinder and 11.4 percent for Armada.

INFINITI HIGHLIGHTS

· Sales for Infiniti were down 9.8 percent, with 10,378 units sold, as compared with last September’s 11,062 units.

· The FX luxury crossover vehicle posted sales of 2,364 units in September, a sales gain of 17.3 percent over the prior year.

NNA INFORMATION

· Combined September sales for Nissan and Infiniti totaled 88,340 units, a 9.2 percent decrease when compared to last year with 93,540 units.

· The coming month marks start of sales for the all-new 2007 Sentra, while the new Altima and Infiniti G35 sport sedan will be on sale in November.

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[source: Nissan North America]

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zete    0

Ugly numbers. Toyota's the only one with a grin, though GM might have one, too, considering Ghosn can't point to his sales record of late with any confidence. Things are bleak at nearly -10%. I wonder what they're trending at?

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jbartley    0

yeh, those nissan truck numbers can thank the incentives for their sales. they won't last.

i'm guessing it's bad that M sales are already heqding down of what they should be, when the product is only 2 years old?

and who is buying all these maximas!

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