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Nissan Group Reports December And 2013 Year-End U.S. Sales

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Jan. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Nissan announced today total U.S. sales for December 2013 of 109,758 units, an increase of 10.5 percent compared to last year. In 2013, Nissan sold 1,248,420 vehicles in the U.S., an increase of 9.4 percent over 2012 and the best annual sales total in Nissan's history.

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2013

2012

% Change

Total December sales (units)

109,758

99,290

10.5

Nissan Division Dec. sales

96,526

86,663

11.4

Infiniti Dec. sales

13,232

12,627

4.8





2013 total sales

1,248,420

1,141,656

9.4

Nissan Division total 2013 sales

1,131,965

1,021,779

10.8

Infiniti total 2013 sales

116,455

119,877

-2.9

 

Nissan Division December & 2013 highlights:

  • Nissan Division set annual records in 2013 for total deliveries, as well as Altima, Rogue, Versa, Pathfinder, LEAF, JUKE and NV.
  • Rogue crossover sales in December were up 27.8 percent to 14,676 in the first full month of sales of the all-new 2014 model.
  • All-electric Nissan LEAF sales totalled 2,529, up 69.8 percent and marking the best sales month since the model's launch in Dec. 2010.
  • Sentra sales were up more than 39.3 percent to 10,799.
  • Nissan will unveil the Sports Sedan Concept on Jan. 14 at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

For more information on Infiniti's sales performance, please visit InfinitiNews.com.

NISSAN DIVISION

DEC


DEC


Monthly


CYTD


CYTD


CYTD


2013


2012


% chg


2013


2012


% chg













Nissan Division Total

96,526


86,663


11.4


1,131,965


1,021,779


10.8

Versa

8,864


10,618


-16.5


117,352


113,327


3.6

Sentra

10,799


7,755


39.3


129,143


106,395


21.4

Cube

432


589


-26.7


5,461


7,667


-28.8

Altima

24,816


23,966


3.5


320,723


302,934


5.9

Maxima

6,509


4,137


57.3


53,896


59,349


-9.2

LEAF

2,529


1,489


69.8


22,610


9,819


130.3

Juke

3,076


2,739


12.3


38,157


36,358


4.9

370Z

469


406


15.5


6,561


7,338


-10.6

GT-R

78


49


59.2


1,236


1,188


4.0

Total Car

57,572


51,748


11.3


695,139


644,375


7.9

Frontier

5,411


3,688


46.7


62,837


55,435


13.4

Titan

1,284


1,838


-30.1


15,691


21,576


-27.3

Xterra

1,588


1,379


15.2


17,766


17,222


3.2

Pathfinder

6,675


7,939


-15.9


88,632


42,621


108.0

Armada

1,463


2,134


-31.4


14,383


18,072


-20.4

Rogue

14,676


11,488


27.8


162,751


142,349


14.3

Murano

4,684


3,999


17.1


44,684


51,675


-13.5

Quest

868


1,200


-27.7


12,874


18,275


-29.6

NV

1,512


1,250


21.0


12,589


10,179


23.7

NV200

793


N/A


N/A


4,619


N/A


N/A

Total Truck

38,954


34,915


11.6


436,826


377,404


15.7

North American produced

78,534


64,704


21.4


866,049


747,110


15.9

Car

53,512


46,476


15.1


642,329


582,005


10.4

Truck

25,022


18,228


37.3


223,720


165,105


35.5

Import

17,992


21,959


-18.1


265,916


274,669


-3.2

Car

4,060


5,272


-23.0


52,810


62,370


-15.3

Truck

13,932


16,687


-16.5


213,106


212,299


0.4













INFINITI DIVISION

DEC


DEC


Monthly


CYTD


CYTD


CYTD


2013


2012


% chg


2013


2012


% chg













Infiniti Division Total

13,232


12,627


4.8


116,455


119,877


-2.9

Q50

4,568


N/A


N/A


17,816


N/A


N/A

Infiniti G Sedan

1,460


4,482


-67.4


30,256


46,828


-35.4

Infiniti Q60

462


1,034


-55.3


9,806


13,016


-24.7

Infiniti M Line

367


849


-56.8


5,283


9,130


-42.1

Infiniti QX50

295


334


-11.7


2,164


3,495


-38.1

Infiniti QX60

3,744


2,708


38.3


31,602


21,674


45.8

Infiniti QX70

586


988


-40.7


6,380


10,424


-38.8

Infiniti QX80

1,750


2,232


-21.6


13,148


15,310


-14.1

Total Car

13,232


6,365


107.9


63,161


68,974


-8.4

Total Truck

6,375


6,262


1.8


53,294


50,903


4.7













NISSAN & INFINITI

DEC


DEC


Monthly


CYTD


CYTD


CYTD


2013


2012


% chg


2013


2012


% chg













TOTAL VEHICLE

109,758


99,290


10.5


1,248,420


1,141,656


9.4

Total Car

70,804


58,113


21.8


758,300


713,349


6.3

Total Truck

45,329


41,177


10.1


490,120


428,307


14.4

Selling days

25


26




307


307



* All numbers include Hawaii











 

SOURCE Nissan North America

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