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Nissan Group Reports January 2014 U.S. Sales

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Feb. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --


January 2014

January 2013

% Change

Nissan Group Total
sales (units)

90,470

80,919

+11.8

Nissan Division sales

81,472

73,793

+10.4

Infiniti sales*

8,998

7,126

+26.3

Nissan Group announced today total U.S. sales for January 2014 of 90,470 units, an increase of 11.8 percent compared to last year.

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Nissan Division highlights:

  • Nissan Division set a January record with 81,472 deliveries, an increase of 10.4 percent over the prior year. The Division has posted a monthly record in 10 of the last 11 months.
  • Rogue crossover sales also set a January record, with 13,831 deliveries in the month, an increase of 54.5 percent. January marked just the second full-month of sales for the all-new 2014 Rogue, which is now being built at Nissan's Smyrna, Tenn. assembly plant.
  • Sales of the all-electric Nissan LEAF set a January record and increased 92.6 percent to 1,252.
  • Nissan Altima sales totaled 22,515 units in January, an increase of 4.9 percent.
  • Sales of the Nissan Frontier pickup rose 87.9 percent to 4,931 units.
  • Nissan Juke sales set a January record at 3,442, up 45.8 percent.

*Infiniti sales total included for reference. For more information on Infiniti's January sales performance, please visit InfinitiNews.com.

NISSAN DIVISION

JAN


JAN


Monthly


CYTD


CYTD


CYTD


2014


2013


% chg


2014


2013


% chg













Nissan Division Total

81,472


73,793


10.4


81,472


73,793


10.4

Versa

8,524


10,270


-17.0


8,524


10,270


-17.0

Sentra

9,127


8,979


1.6


9,127


8,979


1.6

Cube

402


536


-25.0


402


536


-25.0

Altima

22,515


21,464


4.9


22,515


21,464


4.9

Maxima

3,975


2,992


32.9


3,975


2,992


32.9

LEAF

1,252


650


92.6


1,252


650


92.6

Juke

3,442


2,361


45.8


3,442


2,361


45.8

370Z

440


331


32.9


440


331


32.9

GT-R

79


48


64.6


79


48


64.6

Total Car

49,756


47,631


4.5


49,756


47,631


4.5

Frontier

4,931


2,624


87.9


4,931


2,624


87.9

Titan

887


1,394


-36.4


887


1,394


-36.4

Xterra

1,518


997


52.3


1,518


997


52.3

Pathfinder

5,308


6,281


-15.5


5,308


6,281


-15.5

Armada

1,029


1,198


-14.1


1,029


1,198


-14.1

Rogue

13,831


8,951


54.5


13,831


8,951


54.5

Murano

2,188


2,996


-27.0


2,188


2,996


-27.0

Quest

735


978


-24.8


735


978


-24.8

NV

749


743


0.8


749


743


0.8

NV200

540


N/A


N/A


540


N/A


N/A

Total Truck

31,716


26,162


21.2


31,716


26,162


21.2

North American produced

67,904


56,942


19.3


67,904


56,942


19.3

Car

45,390


43,705


3.9


45,390


43,705


3.9

Truck

22,514


13,237


70.1


22,514


13,237


70.1

Import

13,568


16,851


-19.5


13,568


16,851


-19.5

Car

4,366


3,926


11.2


4,366


3,926


11.2

Truck

9,202


12,925


-28.8


9,202


12,925


-28.8













INFINITI DIVISION

JAN


JAN


Monthly


CYTD


CYTD


CYTD


2014


2013


% chg


2014


2013


% chg













Infiniti Division Total

8,998


7,126


26.3


8,998


7,126


26.3

Q50

2,949


N/A


N/A


2,949


N/A


N/A

Infiniti G Sedan

902


2,184


-58.7


902


2,184


-58.7

Infiniti Q60

413


631


-34.5


413


631


-34.5

Infiniti Q70

489


413


18.4


489


413


18.4

Infiniti QX50

197


168


17.3


197


168


17.3

Infiniti QX60

2,380


1,970


20.8


2,380


1,970


20.8

Infiniti QX70

645


592


9.0


645


592


9.0

Infiniti QX80

1,023


1,168


-12.4


1,023


1,168


-12.4

Total Car

4,753


3,228


47.2


4,753


3,228


47.2

Total Truck

4,245


3,898


8.9


4,245


3,898


8.9













NISSAN & INFINITI

JAN


JAN


Monthly


CYTD


CYTD


CYTD


2014


2013


% chg


2014


2013


% chg













TOTAL VEHICLE

90,470


80,919


11.8


90,470


80,919


11.8

Total Car

54,509


50,859


7.2


54,509


50,859


7.2

Total Truck

35,961


30,060


19.6


35,961


30,060


19.6

Selling days

25


25




25


25



* All numbers include Hawaii











 

SOURCE Nissan North America

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