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Nissan Group reports June 2018 U.S. sales

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nissan Group today announced total U.S. sales for June 2018 of 145,096 units, an increase of 1 percent compared to the previous year. This marks a June record.

Nissan highlights:

  • Nissan Division sales set a June record at 134,398 units, an increase of 3 percent
  • Combined sales of Nissan crossovers, trucks and SUVs set a June record, up 12 percent.
  • Nissan Rogue crossover set a June record with sales of 37,004 units, up 8 percent.
  • Murano crossover sales increased 59 percent to 8,806 units, setting a June record.
  • Armada SUV sales rose 129 percent to 5,434 units. It was Armada's best-ever month.
  • NV200 sales set a June record with sales of 1,717 units, up 2 percent.

NISSAN DIVISION

JUNE

JUNE

Monthly

CYTD

CYTD

CYTD

 

2018

2017

% chg

2018

2017

% chg

Nissan Division Total

134,398

131,057

2.5

708,525

740,545

-4.3

Versa

7,745

8,155

-5.0

45,684

56,558

-19.2

Sentra

20,572

22,534

-8.7

115,676

112,574

2.8

Altima

26,956

28,042

-3.9

123,792

146,284

-15.4

Maxima

4,504

4,410

2.1

24,052

31,519

-23.7

LEAF

1,367

1,506

-9.2

6,659

7,248

-8.1

Juke

41

893

-95.4

652

7,245

-91.0

370Z

363

405

-10.4

1,949

2,489

-21.7

GT-R

60

62

-3.2

304

373

-18.5

Total Car

61,608

66,007

-6.7

318,768

364,290

-12.5

Kicks

563

0

 

563

0

 

Frontier

6,856

8,144

-15.8

41,701

37,813

10.3

Titan

4,121

4,199

-1.9

23,294

24,464

-4.8

Xterra

0

0

n/a

0

1

-100.0

Pathfinder

6,736

6,578

2.4

33,702

45,467

-25.9

Armada

5,434

2,370

129.3

18,445

14,155

30.3

Rogue

37,004

34,349

7.7

215,202

195,689

10.0

Murano

8,806

5,534

59.1

38,800

34,696

11.8

Quest

0

502

-100.0

2

4,921

-100.0

NV

1,553

1,688

-8.0

8,248

9,447

-12.7

NV200

1,717

1,686

1.8

9,800

9,602

2.1

Total Truck

72,790

65,050

11.9

389,757

376,255

3.6

 

INFINITI

JUNE

JUNE

Monthly

CYTD

CYTD

CYTD

 

2018

2017

% chg

2018

2017

% chg

Infiniti Total

10,698

12,271

-12.8

72,170

79,143

-8.8

Infiniti Q50

2,631

3,224

-18.4

19,157

19,603

-2.3

Infiniti Q60

591

851

-30.6

4,692

5,938

-21.0

Infiniti Q70

364

419

-13.1

2,517

3,283

-23.3

Infiniti QX30

656

726

-9.6

4,814

9,393

-48.7

Infiniti QX50

1,710

1,210

41.3

9,066

7,955

14.0

Infiniti QX60

3,382

3,358

0.7

22,176

18,279

21.3

Infiniti QX70

65

678

-90.4

806

4,772

-83.1

Infiniti QX80

1,299

1,805

-28.0

8,942

9,920

-9.9

Total Car

3,586

4,494

-20.2

26,366

28,824

-8.5

Total Truck

7,112

7,777

-8.6

45,804

50,319

-9.0

 

NISSAN GROUP

JUNE

JUNE

Monthly

CYTD

CYTD

CYTD

 

2018

2017

% chg

2018

2017

% chg

TOTAL VEHICLE

145,096

143,328

1.2

780,695

819,688

-4.8

Total Car

65,194

70,501

-7.5

345,134

393,114

-12.2

Total Truck

79,902

72,827

9.7

435,561

426,574

2.1

Selling days

27

26

 

154

152

 

 

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