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Nissan Group Reports November 2016 U.S. Sales

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                                     Nov. 2016    Nov. 2015     % Change  
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   Nissan Group Total sales (units)   115,136      107,083       +7.5%    
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        Nissan Division Nov. sales    103,024       95,389       +8.0%    
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              INFINITI Nov. sales*     12,112       11,694       +3.6%    
                                                                          
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Nissan Group today announced total U.S. sales for November 2016 of 115,136 units, an increase of 7.5 percent from the prior year and a November record.

Nissan highlights:

  • Nissan Division sold 103,024 vehicles, up 8 percent and also a November record.
  • Overall sales of Nissan crossovers, trucks and SUVs set a November record, rising 24 percent.
  • Rogue crossover sales set a November record at 26,629, an increase of 18 percent.
  • Murano crossover sales also set a November record, increasing 36 percent to 7,589.
  • Pathfinder SUV sales increased 34 percent to 6,801.
  • Armada full-size SUV sales gained 114 percent to 1,738.

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

NOTE: To ensure consistency in global sales reporting, Nissan North America calculates monthly variances on a straight-percentage basis, unadjusted for the number of selling days. November 2016 had 25 selling days, two more than the 23 in November 2015.

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NISSAN DIVISION       NOV       NOV     Monthly     CYTD       CYTD    CYTD 
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                      2016      2015     % chg      2016       2015    % chg
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Nissan Division                                                             
 Total               103,024    95,389       8.0  1,291,585 1,227,213    5.2
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Versa                  7,930     9,783     -18.9    123,296   133,470   -7.6
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Sentra                14,028    14,505      -3.3    197,672   183,749    7.6
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Cube                       0         4    -100.0         15       930  -98.4
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Altima                20,039    20,564      -2.6    282,617   303,936   -7.0
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Maxima                 4,093     3,884       5.4     57,377    35,588   61.2
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LEAF                   1,457     1,054      38.2     12,107    15,922  -24.0
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Juke                   1,215     1,897     -36.0     18,287    25,163  -27.3
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370Z                     340       381     -10.8      5,545     6,910  -19.8
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GT-R                      58        34      70.6        652     1,021  -36.1
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Total Car             49,160    52,106      -5.7    697,568   706,689   -1.3
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Frontier               5,105     5,099       0.1     80,857    57,124   41.5
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Titan                  3,329       719     363.0     17,484    11,122   57.2
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Xterra                     0       169    -100.0         38    10,602  -99.6
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Pathfinder             6,801     5,094      33.5     72,333    73,675   -1.8
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Armada                 1,738       812     114.0     11,561    11,581   -0.2
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Rogue                 26,629    22,565      18.0    289,427   260,711   11.0
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Murano                 7,589     5,574      36.1     79,072    55,824   41.6
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Quest                    117       953     -87.7     10,324     9,315   10.8
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NV                     1,193     1,105       8.0     15,936    15,034    6.0
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NV200                  1,363     1,193      14.2     16,985    15,536    9.3
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Total Truck           53,864    43,283      24.4    594,017   520,524   14.1
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INFINITI              NOV       NOV     Monthly     CYTD       CYTD    CYTD 
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                      2016      2015     % chg      2016       2015    % chg
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Infiniti Total        12,112    11,694       3.6    120,095   118,405    1.4
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Infiniti Q40               0        38       N/A         59     8,574  -99.3
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Infiniti Q50           3,361     3,782     -11.1     38,213    39,196   -2.5
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Infiniti Q60             814       206     295.1      2,952     3,659  -19.3
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Infiniti Q70             346       677     -48.9      5,292     7,663  -30.9
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Infiniti QX30            473       N/A       N/A      1,519       N/A    N/A
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Infiniti QX50          1,442       908      58.8     14,947     4,015  272.3
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Infiniti QX60          3,196     3,736     -14.5     37,192    36,783    1.1
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Infiniti QX70            742       610      21.6      5,175     5,040    2.7
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Infiniti QX80          1,738     1,737       0.1     14,746    13,475    9.4
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Total Car              4,521     4,703      -3.9    120,095    59,092  103.2
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Total Truck            7,591     6,991       8.6     73,579    59,313   24.1
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NISSAN GROUP          NOV       NOV     Monthly     CYTD       CYTD    CYTD 
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                      2016      2015     % chg      2016       2015    % chg
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TOTAL VEHICLE        115,136   107,083       7.5  1,411,680 1,345,618    4.9
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Total Car             53,681    56,809      -5.5    817,663   765,781    6.8
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Total Truck           61,455    50,274      22.2    667,596   579,837   15.1
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Selling days              25        23                  280       280       
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