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Carmakers Report Monthly Sales Numbers with Most Gaining in February

Carmakers Report Monthly Sales Numbers with Most Gaining in February

In February, the auto manufacturers posted attractive figures, reflecting sales gains in the U. S, as the consumers started looking for new cars after the cold and snowy January.

Compared to last February sales, Ford's numbers climbed twenty percent. The sales were boosted partly by higher number of cars bought by the rental car fleets. Honda and Fiat Chrysler both gained with Honda's sales up 13 percent and Fiat's up 12 percent. Even the sale figures of Nissan climbed almost 11 percent with Toyota up 5 percent.

Nissan signs deal with Bhutan to supply a fleet of its battery-powered Leaf

Nissan signs deal with Bhutan to supply a fleet of its battery-powered LeafOn February 21, Japanese automaker Nissan Motor Co announced that it has inked a deal with the Bhutan government to supply a fleet of its battery-powered Nissan Leaf vehicles. The Nissan Leaf electric cars will be used by the government for its taxis and official use.

Nissan releases teaser image of its Sport Sedan Concept

Nissan releases teaser image of its Sport Sedan ConceptAt the forthcoming 2014 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, automaker Nissan will unveil its Sport Sedan Concept, which is very likely to go into production.

More than 700,000 vehicles being recalled by Toyota and Nissan in US

More than 700,000 vehicles being recalled by Toyota and Nissan in USAutomakers Toyota and Nissan are recalling more than 700,000 vehicles in the US. The vehicles being recalled by Toyota include nearly 615,000 Sienna minivans; while Nissan is recalling nearly 100,000 Infiniti M luxury sedans.

Nissan unveils its redesigned 2014 Rogue compact crossover

Nissan unveils its redesigned 2014 Rogue compact crossoverThe Tuesday proceedings at the Frankfurt Auto Show included the unveiling of a redesigned 2014 Rogue compact crossover by Nissan.  The new Rogue SUV has been designed to help Nissan expand its presence in the US, where the Rogue currently is the second best-selling model.

NHTSA opens preliminary investigation into 2013 Nissan Pathfinder and Infiniti JX35 models

NHTSA opens preliminary investigation into 2013 Nissan Pathfinder and Infiniti JX35 modelsA recent Reuters report has revealed that a preliminary investigation has been opened by the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) into 2013 Nissan Pathfinder and Infiniti JX35 models, over a potential problem with the vehicles' transmission.

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