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Infiniti Reports February U.S. Sales

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


2014

2013

% Change

February Sales

9,729

9,147

+6.4%

2014 Total Sales 

18,727

16,273

+15.1%

Infiniti today reported U.S. sales of 9,729 units in February, an increase of 6.4 percent versus 9,147 units a year earlier. 

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The all-new Infiniti Q50 luxury sports sedan saw deliveries of 3,275 units in February.  Overall sales of Infiniti sports sedans, which include the Infiniti G37, rose more than 14.4 percent for the month. Sales of Infiniti passenger cars rose more than 6.4 percent.

The Infiniti QX60 7-passenger luxury crossover counted sales of 2,704, an increase of 17.6 percent over February 2013. Overall sales of Infiniti's luxury crossover and sport utility vehicles rose 13.5 percent on the year.

Today's release of sales figures comes just a day before the opening of the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland and Infiniti's announcement of the powertrain for the Q50 Eau Rouge Concept. The Formula One-inspired concept represents Infiniti's latest potential offering in the competitive premium sports sedan segment and embodies what Infiniti calls the four P's; performance, passion, precision and provocation.

 














Feb


Feb


Monthly


CYTD


CYTD


CYTD


2014


2013


% chg


2014


2013


% chg













Infiniti Total

9,729


9,147


106.4%


18,727


16,273


115.1%

Infiniti G Sedan

927


3,670


25.3%


1,829


5,854


31.2%

Infiniti Q50

3,275


---


---


6,224


--


---

Infiniti Q60

411


859


45.9%


824


1,490


55.3%

Infiniti Q70

458


514


89.1%


947


927


102.2%

Infiniti QX50

220


150


146.7%


417


318


131.1%

Infiniti QX60

2,704


2,300


117.6%


5,084


4,270


119.1%

Infiniti QX70

624


595


104.9%


1,269


1,187


106.9%

Infiniti QX80

1,110


1,059


104.8%


2,133


2,227


95.8%

Total Car

5,071


5,043


100.5%


9,824


8,271


118.8%

Total Truck

4,658


4,104


113.5%


8,903


8,002


111.3%













 

About Infiniti
Infiniti Motor Company Ltd. is headquartered in Hong Kong with sales operations in approximately 50 countries. The Infiniti brand was launched in 1989. Its range of premium automobiles is currently built in manufacturing facilities in Japan and the United States. Production in China and Europe will start soon along with the expansion of the brand's portfolio.

As the Title Partner and Vehicle Performance Partner of Infiniti Red Bull Racing, Infiniti has a far-reaching technical collaboration with the Formula One team, and Sebastian Vettel, its four-time World Champion driver, serves as Infiniti's Director of Performance.

Infiniti offers a full-line of luxury performance automobiles that inspire at every turn, including the all-new Q50 luxury sports sedan, Q60 coupe and convertible, Q70 performance luxury sedan, QX50 luxury crossover, QX60 7-passenger luxury crossover, QX70 performance luxury crossover and the QX80 full-size luxury SUV.

More information about Infiniti, its Total Ownership Experience® and its industry leading technologies can be found at www.infinitiusa.com. For the latest news on Infiniti, visit www.infinitinews.com, "like" Infiniti on Facebook, and follow the brand on Twitter @infinitiusa.com.

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