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Nissan Group reports November 2016 U.S. sales

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nissan Group today announced total U.S. sales for November 2016 of 115,136 units, an increase of 7.5 percent from the prior year and a November record.

Nissan highlights:

  • Nissan Division sold 103,024 vehicles, up 8 percent and also a November record.
  • Overall sales of Nissan crossovers, trucks and SUVs set a November record, rising 24 percent.
  • Rogue crossover sales set a November record at 26,629, an increase of 18 percent.
  • Murano crossover sales also set a November record, increasing 36 percent to 7,589.
  • Pathfinder SUV sales increased 34 percent to 6,801.
  • Armada full-size SUV sales gained 114 percent to 1,738.
     

NISSAN DIVISION

NOV

 

NOV

 

Monthly

 

CYTD

 

CYTD

 

CYTD

 

2016

 

2015

 

% chg

 

2016

 

2015

 

% chg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nissan Division Total

103,024

 

95,389

 

8.0

 

1,291,585

 

1,227,213

 

5.2

Versa

7,930

 

9,783

 

-18.9

 

123,296

 

133,470

 

-7.6

Sentra

14,028

 

14,505

 

-3.3

 

197,672

 

183,749

 

7.6

Cube

0

 

4

 

-100.0

 

15

 

930

 

-98.4

Altima

20,039

 

20,564

 

-2.6

 

282,617

 

303,936

 

-7.0

Maxima

4,093

 

3,884

 

5.4

 

57,377

 

35,588

 

61.2

LEAF

1,457

 

1,054

 

38.2

 

12,107

 

15,922

 

-24.0

Juke

1,215

 

1,897

 

-36.0

 

18,287

 

25,163

 

-27.3

370Z

340

 

381

 

-10.8

 

5,545

 

6,910

 

-19.8

GT-R

58

 

34

 

70.6

 

652

 

1,021

 

-36.1

Total Car

49,160

 

52,106

 

-5.7

 

697,568

 

706,689

 

-1.3

Frontier

5,105

 

5,099

 

0.1

 

80,857

 

57,124

 

41.5

Titan

3,329

 

719

 

363.0

 

17,484

 

11,122

 

57.2

Xterra

0

 

169

 

-100.0

 

38

 

10,602

 

-99.6

Pathfinder

6,801

 

5,094

 

33.5

 

72,333

 

73,675

 

-1.8

Armada

1,738

 

812

 

114.0

 

11,561

 

11,581

 

-0.2

Rogue

26,629

 

22,565

 

18.0

 

289,427

 

260,711

 

11.0

Murano

7,589

 

5,574

 

36.1

 

79,072

 

55,824

 

41.6

Quest

117

 

953

 

-87.7

 

10,324

 

9,315

 

10.8

NV

1,193

 

1,105

 

8.0

 

15,936

 

15,034

 

6.0

NV200

1,363

 

1,193

 

14.2

 

16,985

 

15,536

 

9.3

Total Truck

53,864

 

43,283

 

24.4

 

594,017

 

520,524

 

14.1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INFINITI

NOV

 

NOV

 

Monthly

 

CYTD

 

CYTD

 

CYTD

 

2016

 

2015

 

% chg

 

2016

 

2015

 

% chg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Infiniti Total

12,112

 

11,694

 

3.6

 

120,095

 

118,405

 

1.4

Infiniti Q40

0

 

38

 

N/A

 

59

 

8,574

 

-99.3

Infiniti Q50

3,361

 

3,782

 

-11.1

 

38,213

 

39,196

 

-2.5

Infiniti Q60

814

 

206

 

295.1

 

2,952

 

3,659

 

-19.3

Infiniti Q70

346

 

677

 

-48.9

 

5,292

 

7,663

 

-30.9

Infiniti QX30

473

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

1,519

 

N/A

 

N/A

Infiniti QX50

1,442

 

908

 

58.8

 

14,947

 

4,015

 

272.3

Infiniti QX60

3,196

 

3,736

 

-14.5

 

37,192

 

36,783

 

1.1

Infiniti QX70

742

 

610

 

21.6

 

5,175

 

5,040

 

2.7

Infiniti QX80

1,738

 

1,737

 

0.1

 

14,746

 

13,475

 

9.4

Total Car

4,521

 

4,703

 

-3.9

 

120,095

 

59,092

 

103.2

Total Truck

7,591

 

6,991

 

8.6

 

73,579

 

59,313

 

24.1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NISSAN GROUP

NOV

 

NOV

 

Monthly

 

CYTD

 

CYTD

 

CYTD

 

2016

 

2015

 

% chg

 

2016

 

2015

 

% chg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL VEHICLE

115,136

 

107,083

 

7.5

 

1,411,680

 

1,345,618

 

4.9

Total Car

53,681

 

56,809

 

-5.5

 

817,663

 

765,781

 

6.8

Total Truck

61,455

 

50,274

 

22.2

 

667,596

 

579,837

 

15.1

Selling days

25

 

23

 

 

 

280

 

280

 

 

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