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June 2016: Nissan Group U.S.

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Nissan Group reports June 2016 U.S. sales


 

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nissan Group today announced total U.S. sales for June 2016 of 140,553 units, an increase of 13 percent over the prior year and a June record.

 

Nissan highlights:


  • Nissan Division finished June with 129,495 sales, up 13 percent, setting a June record.

  • Overall sales of Nissan crossovers, trucks and SUVs set a June record, up 14 percent.

  • Sales of the Rogue crossover set a best month ever record with sales 29,246, up 26 percent.

  • Sales of the Murano crossover increased 7 percent to 5,665.

  • Sales of the Frontier pickup truck increased 84% to 8,166.

  • Nissan's total car sales set a June record with 75,059 in sales, up 13 percent.

  • Sales of the Nissan Versa increased 44 percent to 14,683, setting a June record.

  • Sales of the Altima sedan increased 4 percent to 30,475, setting a June record.

  • Nissan Maxima sales climbed to 4,923, up 22 percent.





















































































































































































































































































































































































































NISSAN DIVISION



JUNE



JUNE



Monthly



CYTD



CYTD



CYTD



2016



2015



% chg



2016



2015



% chg



 

Nissan Division Total



129,495



114,243



13.4



733,136



672,203



9.1



Versa



14,683



10,190



44.1



72,461



66,955



8.2



Sentra



20,721



17,200



20.5



123,014



105,901



16.2



Cube



0



115



-100.0



15



790



-98.1



Altima



30,475



29,418



3.6



172,695



172,031



0.4



Maxima



4,923



4,037



21.9



30,753



14,505



112.0



LEAF



1,096



2,074



-47.2



5,793



9,816



-41.0



Juke



2,524



2,567



-1.7



12,556



14,647



-14.3



370Z



593



666



-11.0



2,980



4,001



-25.5



GT-R



44



93



-52.7



315



760



-58.6



Total Car



75,059



66,360



13.1



420,582



389,406



8.0



Frontier



8,166



4,437



84.0



45,011



34,805



29.3



Titan



896



1,155



-22.4



6,099



6,049



0.8



Xterra



2



1,184



-99.8



36



6,918



-99.5



Pathfinder



5,737



7,168



-20.0



39,759



41,938



-5.2



Armada



754



1,218



-38.1



5,251



7,189



-27.0



Rogue



29,246



23,243



25.8



148,883



135,397



10.0



Murano



5,665



5,314



6.6



39,493



28,475



38.7



Quest



836



1,093



-23.5



8,807



5,400



63.1



NV



1,469



1,611



-8.8



9,047



8,186



10.5



NV200



1,665



1,460



14.0



10,168



8,440



20



Total Truck



54,436



47,883



13.7



312,554



282,797



10.5



 



INFINITI



JUNE



JUNE



Monthly



CYTD



CYTD



CYTD



2016



2015



% chg



2016



2015



% chg



 



Infiniti Total



11,058



9,985



10.7



64,978



64,280



1.1



Infiniti Q40



4



748



-99.5



58



7,677



-99.2



Infiniti Q50



2,349



3,470



-32.3



20,254



20,400



-0.7



Infiniti Q60



79



366



-78.4



685



2,292



-70.1



Infiniti Q70



522



613



-14.8



3,147



4,484



-29.8



Infiniti QX50



1,689



417



305.0



8,624



1,432



502.2



Infiniti QX60



4,380



3,003



45.9



20,972



17,778



18.0



Infiniti QX70



490



372



31.7



3,174



2,891



9.8



Infiniti QX80



1,545



996



55.1



8,064



7,326



10.1



Total Car



2,954



5,197



-43.2



24,144



34,853



-30.7



Total Truck



8,104



4,788



69.3



40,834



29,427



38.8



 

NISSAN GROUP



JUNE



JUNE



Monthly



CYTD



CYTD



CYTD



2016



2015



% chg



2016



2015



% chg



 

TOTAL VEHICLE



140,553



124,228



13.1



798,114



736,483



8.4



Total Car



78,013



71,557



9.0



444,726



424,259



4.8



Total Truck



62,540



52,671



18.7



353,388



312,224



13.2



Selling days



26



25



 



152



152



 



 


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