Infiniti

Infiniti_Q50-US-car-sales-statisticsInfiniti is the premium brand of Nissan, like Lexus is to Toyota and Acura to Honda. Infiniti still lags both its competitors in the highly competitive American luxury car market, but is catching up quickly thanks to striking design and the introduction of models in hot-selling segments, like the QX60 7-seater crossover and the upcoming QX30 compact crossover. Infiniti appears to be aiming for an image of a bold challenger brand, although it also seems to have lost some of its mojo when CEO Johan De Nysschen defected to Cadillac. After his departure, plans for the Nissan GT-R powered Q50 Eau Rouge halo car were ditched. The all-new Q60 coupe should boost the brand’s sporty image again, especially the top-of-the line twin-turbo, 400hp Red Sport version.

Infiniti produces the QX60 in Nissan’s Smyrna, TN factory, while its other models for the US market are imported from its factories in Japan. The upcoming QX30 compact crossover will be produced in a factory which is being built together with Mercedes-Benz in Aguascalientes, Mexico, although the first batch may come from Nissan’s Sunderland, UK plant if the Mexico factory isn’t finished in time for the model’s market introduction.

The Infiniti Q50 midsized car has been the best selling model for the brand in the United States this year, while the QX60 large crossover is Infiniti’s best selling SUV.

Also find Infiniti sales in Europe and Infiniti China sales figures.

 

Infiniti
All Models
2014
Infiniti
All Models
2015
Infiniti
All Models
2016
Infiniti
All Models
2017
January 8.998 9.658 8.514 11.558
February 9.729 11.659 10.371 13.737
March 12.494 12.525 13.775 18.266
April 9.170 9.979 10.432
May 10.376 10.474 10.828
June 8.574 9.985 11.058
July 8.538 10.433 9.945
August 9.164 10.635 10.439
September 7.837 10.220 11.413
October 9.045 11.143 11.208
November 11.398 11.694 12.112
December 12.007 15.093 18.198

Infiniti
All Models
Market
Share
2016 138.293 0,79%
2015 133.498 0,76%
2014 117.330 0,71%
2013 116.455 0,75%
2012 119.877 0,83%
2011 98.461 0,77%
2010 103.411 0,89%
2009 81.089 0,78%
2008 112.989 0,85%
2007 127.038 0,79%
2006 121.146 0,73%
2005 136.401 0,80%
2004 130.986 0,77%
2003 118.655 0,71%
2002 87.911 0,50%
2001 71.365 0,40%
2000 78.351 0,50%
1999 72.637 0,40%
1998 63.649 0,40%
1997 65.552 0,40%
1996 55.967 0,40%
1995 58.616 0,37%
1994 51.449 0,34%
1993 50.547 0,34%
1992 44.387 0,33%
1991 34.890 0,28%
1990 23.960 0,19%
1989 1.759 0,01%
1988 0 0,00%

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for the Infiniti Q50, Q60, Q70, QX50, QX60, QX70, QX80, G-series, Q40, I35, J30, Q45, QX4, G20 and any other car model sold in the US since the early 2000’s.

 

 

Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC

 

Infiniti
All Models
2014
Infiniti
All Models
2015
Infiniti
All Models
2016
Infiniti
All Models
2017
January 8.998 9.658 8.514 11.558
February 9.729 11.659 10.371 13.737
March 12.494 12.525 13.775 18.266
April 9.170 9.979 10.432
May 10.376 10.474 10.828
June 8.574 9.985 11.058
July 8.538 10.433 9.945
August 9.164 10.635 10.439
September 7.837 10.220 11.413
October 9.045 11.143 11.208
November 11.398 11.694 12.112
December 12.007 15.093 18.198

Infiniti
All Models
Market
Share
2016 138.293 0,79%
2015 133.498 0,76%
2014 117.330 0,71%
2013 116.455 0,75%
2012 119.877 0,83%
2011 98.461 0,77%
2010 103.411 0,89%
2009 81.089 0,78%
2008 112.989 0,85%
2007 127.038 0,79%
2006 121.146 0,73%
2005 136.401 0,80%
2004 130.986 0,77%
2003 118.655 0,71%
2002 87.911 0,50%
2001 71.365 0,40%
2000 78.351 0,50%
1999 72.637 0,40%
1998 63.649 0,40%
1997 65.552 0,40%
1996 55.967 0,40%
1995 58.616 0,37%
1994 51.449 0,34%
1993 50.547 0,34%
1992 44.387 0,33%
1991 34.890 0,28%
1990 23.960 0,19%
1989 1.759 0,01%
1988 0 0,00%

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