Infiniti today reported U.S. sales of 9,239 units for February, an increase of 1 percent versus 9,144 units a year earlier. Calendar year-to-date sales for Infiniti are 16,035, down 3.1 percent from 16,549 units in 2011.
Highlights of Infiniti’s sales performance for February include:
- The Infiniti G Sedan had sales of 4,334, up 7.2 percent and the model’s second best February.
- The updated 2012 Infiniti FX had sales of 1,108, up 4 percent in February.
- The Infiniti QX full-size luxury SUV had its best February with sales of 1,162, up 28.8 percent over prior year.
“In February, Infiniti’s corporate partnership of NCAA Men’s Basketball helped us get the word out about our full-line of luxury performance automobiles, helping us set records for the Infiniti G Line and Infiniti QX,” said Ben Poore, vice president, Infiniti Americas. “In March, the next expression of our Inspired Performance, the Infiniti JX 7-passenger luxury crossover, goes on sale nationwide at our retailers.”
The all-new Infiniti JX, the brand’s first crossover with three-row seating, offers the World’s First Blind Spot Intervention System, which detects obstacles when backing out of a parking space and automatically applies the brakes to help avoid a potential impact. In addition, the JX has an innovative middle seat that provides ample entry to the third row without removing a child safety seat that is secured in the second row, and is expected to have best-in-class fuel economy.
Also in March, at the Geneva Motor Show, Infiniti will debut the EMERG-E, a sports car concept featuring a range-extending, mid-ship hybrid powertrain that offers performance and zero emission capability.
Infiniti offers a full-line of luxury performance automobiles that inspire at every turn, including the G Coupe, Sedan and Convertible, M luxury performance sedan, EX and FX crossovers, and the QX full-size luxury SUV. More information about Infiniti and its Total Ownership Experience? can be found at www.InfinitiUSA.com.