Nissan November 2008 sales

A decrease of 44.4 percent.
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December 4, 2008.
Nissan North America, Inc. (NNA) today reported sales for November of 46,605 units versus 80,683 units a year ago, a decrease of 42.2 percent. Sales of Nissan Division vehicles decreased 44.4 percent, while sales of Infiniti vehicles decreased by 28.0 percent.


• Nissan vehicles saw sales of 38,974 units in November compared with 70,079 units sold in November 2007, a 44.4 percent decrease.
• The GT-R super car was recently named the 2009 Motor Trend Car of the Year and 2009 Automobile Magazine Automobile of the Year.
• The new Versa 1.6 Sedan is arriving at dealerships nationwide and is available starting at $9,990.
• Nissan continues to offer 0% financing on select models to qualified consumers.
• Nissan in November unveiled the all-new, next-generation 2009 370Z sports car, scheduled to hit showrooms in early 2009, and the all-new, uniquely styled Cube, which will be available in spring 2009.

(source: Nissan)

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