Nissan Destroys North American Sales Records
Peters Nissan of Nashua in Nashua, NH is one of many dealers across the nation helping the Japanese auto maker (who builds some of their vehicles right here in North America) break records for production, sales, and stock value.
Nissan models continue to outshine the competition when it comes to units sold per month. Both sedans and pickup trucks from the auto maker continue to perform well. Also, new and pre-owned vehicles from Nissan are showing spectacular numbers over the past year.
For the month of November, sales data released December 22nd showed registrations of Nissan vehicles increasing 30.8%. Models like Nissan Versa and the upcoming Altima are bound to keep sales going strong next year. Add to this the introduction of new markets for the Leaf EV, and Nissan is bound to attract not only regular car drivers, but green vehicle enthusiasts as well.
New car sales in November 2011 increased by 19.4% in the United States alone. Experts believe Nissan will continue to "benefit from its model lineup, a rebound in Japanese demand in 2012, and continued recovery in North America."1
But what do you think? Does Nissan have what it takes to continue growing in North America? Or will 2011 mark their best year-to-date before a even greater decline.