July 04, 2013

Nissan reports increase of 12.9 per cent in US June sales

Driven by demand for its highest-volume models, Nissan US sales in June totaled 104,124, an increase of 12.9 per cent over 92,237 units a year earlier. This marks the company's best-ever June US sales performance. Nissan Division sales increased 16.1 per
cent to 95,010 units, also a June record. Sales of Infiniti vehicles in June totaled 9,114 units.

> Nissan Division posted 95,010 sales, a June record and up 16.1 per cent from last June's 81,801 units
> Deliveries of the Pathfinder SUV rose 208.9 per cent to 8,360 units, marking the best June ever for the model. So far in 2013, Pathfinder sales are up 203.2 per cent, exceeding the sales total for all of 2012
> Sales of Nissan Leaf in June were 2,225 units, up 315.9 per cent. Leaf deliveries in the first half of 2013 are at 9,839, and have already exceeded the sales total from all of 2012
> Nissan Altima deliveries also set a new June record, increasing 23.3 per cent to 26,904 units
> Rogue sales also set a new June record at 15,518 units, up 41.1 per cent
> Combined sales of Nissan's three all-new models - Altima, Sentra and Pathfinder - were up 34.8 per cent in June
> June marked the first deliveries of the all-new 2014 Versa Note, the hatchback model of the industry's best-selling subcompact car. Versa Note offers class-leading fuel economy, cutting-edge technologies, an energetic exterior design, roomy and versatile interior and available activity enhancing features such as Pandora radio compatibility and hands-free text messaging assistant, making it an ideal fit for today's buyers needs

"The redesign of our core products such as Altima, Pathfinder and Sentra is continuing to drive sales. With the introduction of the all-new Versa Note, the fourth of five all-new core models for Nissan, we expect to maintain leadership in the increasingly competitive subcompact market," said Fred Diaz, Divisional Vice-President, Sales and Marketing, Nissan.


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