Nissan established U.S. November sales records for total deliveries, as well as both the Nissan Division and Infiniti.
» Nissan total U.S. sales (Nissan + Infiniti) finished November at 106,528, an increase of 10.7 percent over the prior year. (Nov. 2012: 96,197)
» Nissan Division sales were 93,376, up 10.8 percent. (Nov. 2012: 84,300)
» Through the first 11 months of 2013, Nissan Division sales have surpassed 1 million units (1,035,439) and have exceeded the total for all of 2012. (2012 Nissan Div. sales: 1,021,779)
» Infiniti sales totaled 13,152, an increase of 10.5 percent (Nov. 2012: 11,897) spurred by strong deliveries of the Q50 sports sedan and QX60 7-passenger luxury crossover.
Nissan model highlights:
» Altima set a November record with 24,604 deliveries, an increase of 21.2 percent over the prior year.
» LEAF deliveries also set a November record at 2,003, up 30.1 percent. Atlanta once again led all markets.
» Sentra sales were up 62.5 percent to 11,664.
» Sales of Nissan Frontier pickups rose 54.6 percent to 6,003.
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