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Nissan Group reports September 2017 U.S. sales

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nissan Group announced total U.S. sales for September 2017 of 139,932 units, an increase of 9.5 percent over the previous year. This marks a September record.

Nissan highlights:

  • Nissan Division sales also set a September record at 127,187, an increase of 9 percent.
  • Nissan Rogue sales set a September record with 38,969 sales, up 47 percent.
  • Armada SUV sales also set a September record with 4,447 sales, an increase of 160 percent.
  • TITAN pickup sales increased 52 percent to 3,773.
  • Sentra sales increased 40 percent to 19,128.

NISSAN DIVISION

SEPT

SEPT

Monthly

CYTD

CYTD

CYTD

 

2017

2016

% chg

2017

2016

% chg

 

Nissan Division Total

127,187

116,384

9.3

1,082,527

1,086,249

-0.3

Versa

11,601

11,553

0.4

82,817

106,455

-22.2

Sentra

19,128

13,670

39.9

165,711

169,476

-2.2

Cube

0

0

0.0

0

15

-100.0

Altima

16,569

25,031

-33.8

199,861

242,321

-17.5

Maxima

8,404

6,569

27.9

49,677

49,376

0.6

LEAF

1,055

1,316

-19.8

10,740

9,238

16.3

Juke

545

947

-42.4

9,100

16,214

-43.9

370Z

315

513

-38.6

3,580

4,805

-25.5

GT-R

32

82

-61.0

482

537

-10.2

Total Car

57,649

59,681

-3.4

521,968

598,437

-12.8

Frontier

5,111

7,596

-32.7

55,208

69,388

-20.4

TITAN

3,773

2,484

51.9

35,549

10,974

223.9

Xterra

0

0

0.0

1

38

-97.4

Pathfinder

7,460

8,028

-7.1

61,719

59,111

4.4

Armada

4,447

1,712

159.8

25,533

8,083

215.9

Rogue

38,969

26,459

47.3

296,927

241,619

22.9

Murano

7,002

7,536

-7.1

52,907

60,782

-13.0

Quest

6

209

-97.1

4,941

10,055

-50.9

NV

1,432

1,395

2.7

13,594

13,383

1.6

NV200

1,338

1,284

4.2

14,180

14,379

-1.4

Total Truck

69,538

56,703

22.6

560,559

487,812

14.9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INFINITI

SEPT

SEPT

Monthly

CYTD

CYTD

CYTD

 

2017

2016

% chg

2017

2016

% chg

 

Infiniti Total

12,745

11,413

11.7

113,714

96,775

17.5

Infiniti Q40

0

0

0.0

0

59

-100.0

Infiniti Q50

3,336

4,359

-23.5

28,076

31,163

-9.9

Infiniti Q60

763

497

53.5

8,156

1,413

477.2

Infiniti Q70

550

402

36.8

4,608

4,495

2.5

Infiniti QX30

1,053

249

322.9

11,981

323

3609.3

Infiniti QX50

1,628

1,215

34.0

12,143

12,399

-2.1

Infiniti QX60

3,879

3,126

24.1

29,360

31,067

-5.5

Infiniti QX70

321

363

-11.6

6,167

4,062

51.8

Infiniti QX80

1,215

1,202

1.1

13,223

11,794

12.1

Total Car

4,649

5,258

-11.6

40,840

37,130

10.0

Total Truck

8,096

6,155

31.5

72,874

59,645

22.2

 

NISSAN GROUP

SEPT

SEPT

Monthly

CYTD

CYTD

CYTD

 

2017

2016

% chg

2017

2016

% chg

 

TOTAL VEHICLE

139,932

127,797

9.5

1,196,241

1,183,024

1.1

Total Car

62,298

64,939

-4.1

562,808

635,567

-11.4

Total Truck

77,634

62,858

23.5

633,433

547,457

15.7

Selling days

26

25

 

230

229

 

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