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Nissan North America February Sales Up 15.5% - Quick Facts

Nissan North America Inc., a unit of Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. (NSANY.PK), reported February 2012 total U.S. sales of 106,731 Units, up 15.5% from 92,370 units a year earlier.

Total car sales grew 15.9% to 71,732 units, from 61,882 units in the same month last year. Total truck sales rose 14.8% to 34,999 units from 30,488 units in the prior year month.

Nissan Division sales for the month increased 17.1% to 97,492 units from 83,226 units last year. Total Infiniti Division sales rose 1.0% to 9,239 units from 9,144 units in year ago month.

There were 25 selling days in February 2012, compared to 24 selling days last year.

by RTTNews Staff Writer

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