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July 1, 2014
10:28 EDTNSANYNissan reports U.S. June sales up 5.3% to 109,643 units
Nissan Group announced total U.S. sales for June of 109,643 units, an increase of 5.3% over the prior year and a June record. Nissan Division set a June record at 101,069 sales in the month, an increase of 6.4%. Infiniti Division sales in the month were down 5.9% to 8,574 units.
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October 2, 2015
07:33 EDTNSANYNissan North America recalling 218,019 2007-2012 Versa vehicles
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October 1, 2015
09:57 EDTNSANYNissan reports September U.S. sales up 18% to 121,782 units
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09:25 EDTNSANYNissan reports September U.S. auto sales up 18%, Bloomberg says
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05:56 EDTNSANYTrueCar boosts 2015 U.S. sales forecast to 17.4M from 17.2M
TrueCar (TRUE) raised its 2015 annual forecast by 200,000 units to 17.4 million as sales growth in the remaining months of 2015 is poised to remain vigorous. New auto sales in September, aided by a later-than-usual Labor Day, should expand by 12.6 percent from a year ago, while the Seasonally Adjusted Annual Rate should reach 17.7 million units. That strength underpins TrueCar's revised full-year industry forecast of 17.4 million units, the highest volume since 2000. Retail share of the total industry likely expanded a full point in September versus last year, indicating busier-than-average showrooms. Confident consumers are expected to push new vehicle revenue to a record $45 billion for the month, up 13.2 percent versus the same period last year. Publicly traded companies in the space include Fiat Chrysler (FCAU), Ford (F), General Motors (GM), Honda (HMC), Nissan (NSANY), Toyota (TM), Daimler (DDAIF) and Volkswagen (VLKAY). TrueCar EVP Larry Dominique commented, "Volkswagen's stop sell of diesel vehicles in the U.S. causes a noticeable hit to its September revenue, with a 7.7 percent decline. We expect sales to dip by at least by 5 percent and incentives to increase by $235 per unit, which will be essential to push non-impacted models off the lots."
September 23, 2015
19:07 EDTNSANYStudy shows U.S. cars less safe than EU vehicles, Independent says
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