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April Sales at Toyota Motor up 12%. Honda and Nissan Flat

The strong April sales performance at Toyota Motor Sales brought it to within a rounding error to surpass a slumping Ford Motor Company for the Number Two ranking in U.S. auto sales. TMS was only 1,614 units behind Ford Motor, according to numbers from the consultancy AutoData. Continue reading

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Mixed U.S. October Sales Results for Japanese Three. Toyota Sales Down 8%. Honda Sales +3%. Nissan October Sales +18%

Acura, Honda’s luxury label, posted sales of 11,115, an increase of 4.8% versus October 2010, with year-to-date sales of 100,261, compared to Infiniti’s 79,000. This means that natural disaster battered Lexus with ytd sales of 153,739 of cars and light trucks – virtually all of which are made in Japan – easily retains the Japanese luxury vehicle sales crown, but it will displaced from luxury sales leadership for the first time in more than a decade by BMW and Mercedes-Benz. Continue reading

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Honda Struggles, Toyota Flat and Nissan Up in August Sales

This means, among other things, that the Detroit Three – GM (219,000), Ford (175,000) and Chrysler (130,000) in descending sales order – were literally the Big 3 once again. However, if you eliminate the rounding used here, Chrysler led Toyota by 636 vehicles. Continue reading

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Japanese Sales: Toyota, Honda Down. Nissan up Slightly in July

There were varying results for Japanese sales in the U.S. sales race in July with Toyota and Honda posting double digit declines while Nissan increased sales from July of 2010. Overall, the total U.S. light vehicle market grew less than 1% from what was a weak July of 2010 as the economy languishes and unemployment remains above 9%. Continue reading

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Japanese U.S. May Sales Plunge as Inventories Evaporate. Toyota, Nissan and Honda Decline in Earthquake Aftershocks

Toyota, Nissan and Honda – the Japanese Big Three – all saw U.S. sales plummet in May as a combination of their limited inventories because of the production disruptions from the Japan earthquake and the decreased marketing activities that followed took a huge bite out of sales. Continue reading

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Nissan Posts Profit of ¥537.5 Billion for Japanese Fiscal Year

The Nissan financial results also surpassed those of Japan’s largest automaker, the Toyota Motor Corporation, which reported sales of 7.308 million cars and trucks and a profit of $6 billion yesterday. Continue reading

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Nissan Posts Strong Q3. Ups Fiscal Year Forecast to ¥535 B

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. reported consolidated net revenues of ¥6.4 trillion, 19.4% higher than the year-ago level. Operating profit increased 96.1% to ¥448.9 billion for the first nine months of its fiscal year, the second largest automaker in Japan said in a statement. Continue reading

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Renault-Nissan Alliance Posts Record 2010 Sales of 7.3 million

The Renault-Nissan “Alliance” had a record year with 7,276,398 units sold in 2010, a 19.6% increase over 2009 in a market that grew by 11.8%, Renault today said in a release.

This means that Renault-Nissan Alliance captured 10.3% of the global market in 2010, if you use Renault’s estimate of 70,476,213 vehicles sold during the calendar year. Continue reading

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