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Nissan North America Announces August Sales

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Nissan North America Announces August Sales [Sept. 1, 05]

NNA Achieves More than 10% Increase in August Sales Over 2004

GARDENA, Calif. (September 1, 2005) – Nissan North America, Inc. (NNA) continues record breaking sales by reporting 92,365 total sales in August, posting a 10.6% increase over last year.  This month marks the best August sales in the history of NNA as well as its Nissan division.  Strong sales of Nissan models such as the Altima as well as the all-new Infiniti M achieved their best ever August sales.

NISSAN HIGHLIGHTS
· Best August ever for Nissan Division
· August sales for Nissan-brand vehicles of 80,026 units were up 11.5 percent when compared to last year with 69,029 units sold
· Altima (23,362 units sold) had its best August, with sales up 11.3 percent
· Pathfinder (6,396 units sold) posted strong sales since its launch, up 146.2 percent
· Calendar year-to-date sales are up 16.6 percent with 650,228 units sold

INFINITI HIGHLIGHTS
· Sales for Infiniti, the luxury division of NNA, were up 5.1 percent from last August with 12,339 units sold
· The all-new M continued its strong sales momentum with 2,623 units sold
· Calendar year-to-date sales are up 7.7 percent with 92,158 units sold

NNA INFORMATION
· It was the best August in NNA history with 92,365 units sold when compared to last year with 80,314 units sold
· Calendar year-to-date sales are up 15.4 percent with 742,386 units sold

In North America, NNA’s operations include automotive styling, engineering, consumer and corporate financing, sales and marketing, distribution and manufacturing.  More information on NNA and the complete line of Nissan and Infiniti vehicles can be found online at www.nissannews.com or by contacting the corporate media line at 310/771-5631.

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The Malibu outsold the Altima, which is surprising. The G35 was pretty impressive, and the M did pretty good considering it really hasn't established itself in the marketplace yet.
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