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Sales: June 2012 - Nissan N.A.

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    Nissan North America Sales Increase 28.2% in June

    - Nissan Division achieves record June sales -


FRANKLIN, Tenn. - Nissan North America, Inc. (NNA) today reported June U.S. sales of 92,237 units versus 71,940 units a year earlier, up 28.2 percent. Nissan Division sales increased 24.6 percent for the month at 81,801 units. Sales of Infiniti vehicles were up 66.1 percent over the prior year, to 10,436 units.
NISSAN HIGHLIGHTS

  • Nissan Division posted 81,801 sales, a June record and up 24.6 percent from last June's 65,659 units.
  • Nissan Juke sales of 3,101 units represented an increase of 52.7 percent from the prior year, a June record.
  • Nissan Rogue also achieved best-ever June sales, with 10,999 units marking a 46.8 percent increase over June 2011.
  • Nissan Altima sales of 21,812 increased 11.7 percent from year-ago.
  • All vehicles in Nissan's truck, SUV and crossover lineup posted sales increases, with trucks collectively posting a 38 percent rise in June from a year ago.

"Nissan's sales increase of almost 25 percent in June was driven by double-digit gains for the majority of models across our lineup," said Al Castignetti, vice president and general manager, Nissan Division. "We expect our momentum to continue into July, the first full month of sales for our all-new 2013 Nissan Altima, which is our most innovative mid-size sedan ever."

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NISSAN DIVISION
June June Monthly CYTD CYTD CYTD
2012 2011 % chg 2012 2011 % chg
Nissan Division Total 81801 65659 24.6 523344 457705 14.3
Versa 8746 4345 101.3 60919 45886 32.8
Sentra 9211 8077 14 55984 65130 -14
Cube 711 1313 -45.8 4085 11492 -64.5
Altima 21812 19534 11.7 157101 131842 19.2
Maxima 4605 4537 1.5 30104 26515 13.5
LEAF 535 1708 -68.7 3148 3875 -18.8
Juke 3101 2031 52.7 18728 17464 7.2
370Z 720 644 11.8 4473 4545 -1.6
GT-R 104 99 5.1 583 827 -29.5
Total Car 49545 42288 17.2 335125 307576 9
Frontier 5651 4429 27.6 29385 23439 25.4
Titan 2332 1647 41.6 10679 8878 20.3
Xterra 1580 1447 9.2 8686 7983 8.8
Pathfinder 2706 2111 28.2 15350 12242 25.4
Armada 1763 1383 27.5 9474 8729 8.5
Rogue 10999 7493 46.8 71838 57911 24
Murano 4477 3435 30.3 27179 24662 10.2
Quest 1997 984 102.9 10743 5192 106.9
NV 751 442 69.9 4885 1093 346.9
Total Truck 32256 23371 38 188219 150129 25.4
North American produced 59157 47952 23.4 382567 331737 15.3
Car 44374 36493 21.6 304108 269373 12.9
Truck 14783 11459 29 78459 62364 25.8
Import 22644 17707 27.9 140777 125968 11.8
Car 5171 5795 -10.8 31017 38203 -18.8
Truck 17473 11912 46.7 109760 87765 25.1

 

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