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Nissan Group reports February 2019 U.S. sales

 

February 2019

February 2018

% chg

Nissan Group Total sales (units)

114,342

129,930

-12.0

Nissan Division sales

103,735

117,110

-11.4

INFINITI sales*

10,607

12,820

-17.3

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nissan Group announced total U.S. sales for February 2019 of 114,342 units, a decrease of 12 percent compared to the prior year.

Nissan highlights:

  • NV commercial van sales were 1,439 units, up 26 percent to achieve a February record.
  • Armada SUV sales rose 25 percent to 3,190 units.
  • Versa sales rose 3 percent in February to 7,410 units.

*INFINITI sales total included for reference. For more information on INFINITI’s February sales performance, please visit INFINITINews.com.

NOTE: To ensure consistency in global sales reporting, Nissan North America calculates monthly variances on a straight-percentage basis, unadjusted for the number of selling days. February 2019 and February 2018 each had 24 selling days.

 

NISSAN DIVISION

FEB

FEB

Monthly

CYTD

CYTD

CYTD

 

2019

2018

% chg

2019

2018

% chg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nissan Division Total

103,735

117,110

-11.4

194,174

230,013

-15.6

Versa

7,410

7,196

3.0

14,059

14,444

-2.7

Sentra

17,072

17,148

-0.4

31,160

34,879

-10.7

Altima

16,216

19,703

-17.7

28,405

39,888

-28.8

Maxima

3,504

4,387

-20.1

6,961

8,720

-20.2

LEAF

654

895

-26.9

1,371

1,045

31.2

Juke

2

124

-98.4

5

314

-98.4

370Z

211

312

-32.4

384

536

-28.4

GT-R

25

35

-28.6

44

69

-36.2

Total Car

45,094

49,800

-9.4

82,389

99,895

-17.5

Kicks

3,563

0

n/a

7,375

0

n/a

Frontier

6,291

7,992

-21.3

12,353

13,893

-11.1

Titan

2,722

3,761

-27.6

5,753

7,812

-26.4

Pathfinder

4,860

6,140

-20.8

10,128

11,426

-11.4

Armada

3,190

2,548

25.2

5,392

4,794

12.5

Rogue

31,899

38,119

-16.3

58,012

74,303

-21.9

Murano

3,412

6,179

-44.8

7,492

12,971

-42.2

Quest

0

1

-100.0

0

2

-100.0

NV

1,439

1,139

26.3

2,702

2,162

25.0

NV200

1,265

1,431

-11.6

2,578

2,755

-6.4

Total Truck

58,641

67,310

-12.9

111,785

130,118

-14.1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INFINITI

FEB

FEB

Monthly

CYTD

CYTD

CYTD

 

2019

2018

% chg

2019

2018

% chg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Infiniti Total

10,607

12,820

-17.3

20,909

23,455

-10.9

Infiniti Q50

2,230

3,904

-42.9

4,479

6,616

-32.3

Infiniti Q60

327

855

-61.8

733

1,467

-50.0

Infiniti Q70

269

450

-40.2

504

836

-39.7

Infiniti QX30

574

775

-25.9

1,029

1,588

-35.2

Infiniti QX50

1,122

1,120

0.2

1,944

2,171

-10.5

Infiniti QX60

4,117

3,880

6.1

8,305

6,909

20.2

Infiniti QX70

0

147

-100.0

4

349

-98.9

Infiniti QX80

1,968

1,689

16.5

3,911

3,519

11.1

Total Car

2,826

5,209

-45.7

5,716

8,919

-35.9

Total Truck

7,781

7,611

2.2

15,193

14,536

4.5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NISSAN GROUP

FEB

FEB

Monthly

CYTD

CYTD

CYTD

 

2019

2018

% chg

2019

2018

% chg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL VEHICLE

114,342

129,930

-12.0

215,083

253,468

-15.1

Total Car

47,920

55,009

-12.9

88,105

108,814

-19.0

Total Truck

66,422

74,921

-11.3

126,978

144,654

-12.2

Selling days

24

24

 

49

49

 

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