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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.


· 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.


· 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.


· 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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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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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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Ugly numbers?

Considering that they are going to replace two volume cars in the next few weeks, they are not so ugly after all. Also, Toytoa used heavy incnetives, no one buys them at sticker anymore.

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