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Nissan’s Altima Model Named Best-Selling Sedan In The U.S.

The Japanese automaker Nissan has reached last month a 9.7% market share in the United States, an all-time record for the company. In addition, the manufacturer’s overall market share has risen to 9.3% in the first quarter of this year, which is a 0.3% gain, after 2010’s 0.4% increase.

The Altima model was named the best-selling sedan in the U.S., yet another company first. Nissan managed to sell last month 121,141 units, from which 32,289 were Altimas. In comparison to the same period of last year, the automaker sold 27% more cars, which is quite impressive if you ask me. We don’t know what sort of incentives the company offered in March, but at the moment they are offering zero-percent financing for up to 60 months or 1.9% APR financing for up to 72 months, or $1,250 cash back.

Lastly, Infiniti, which is Nissan’s luxury division, also did a good job last month as they’ve managed to sell 13.5% more cars.

As you can see, 2011 looks like a promising year for Nissan and for good reasons, as (at least) the Altima model is one of the most complete cars available, plus it doesn’t look bad either.

Source: Nissan via Autoblog


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