Nissan Titan sales rose over 41.7% calendar-year-to-date.  - Photo: Nissan

Nissan Titan sales rose over 41.7% calendar-year-to-date. 

Photo: Nissan

Nissan Group announced total U.S. second-quarter (April-June) sales for the calendar year 2021 of 298,148 units, an increase of 68% versus the prior year. Of that total, Nissan sold 180,805 trucks, an increase of 70.4% over the prior year. 

NISSAN DIVISION Qtr: Apr-21 to Jun-21 Qtr: Apr-20 to Jun-20 Quarterly Quarterly CYTD CYTD CYTD
  CY2021 CY2020 % chg (units) % chg (DSR) 2021 2020 % chg
Kicks 19,541 9,193 112.6 112.6 43,962 23,162 89.8
Frontier 15,612 8,794 77.5 77.5 26,392 19,074 38.4
Titan 10,313 6,464 59.5 59.5 17,776 12,196 45.8
Pathfinder 4,647 8,861 -47.6 -47.6 13,552 26,953 -49.7
Armada 7,296 5,127 42.3 42.3 14,894 13,154 13.2
Rogue 95,569 47,249 102.3 102.3 182,289 106,965 70.4
Murano 15,496 14,292 8.4 8.4 27,019 29,975 -9.9
NV 5,298 2,888 83.4 83.4 9,372 6,616 41.7
NV200 7,033 3,237 117.3 117.3 12,572 7,977 57.6
Total Truck 180,805 106,105 70.4 70.4 347,828 246,072 41.4


Nissan NV sales doubled, up 117% year-over-year with Frontier and Titan both smashing records compared to the sluggish 2020 calendar-year.

Additionally, Nissan recently announced that it is ending production of the Nissan NV200 with a final order date now passed of Jan. 1, 2021.

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