Nissan / Infiniti: Nissan sold 92,237 vehicles in June, up 28.2 percent on the year. The Nissan brand accounted for 81,801 units of the total, up 24.6 percent; Infiniti sold 10,436 vehicles, up 66.1 percent on the year.
Hyundai: As has become its custom, Hyundai has given an early glance at its June sales numbers via Twitter. CEO John Krafcik reports: "Here's to the 63,813 new Hyundai owners last month...Best June ever, +8% over last year...thx & welcome aboard! ^jfk"
Volkswagen: VW reported its best sales since June of 1973 with a 34.2-percent increase. The Passat sold more than 10,000 units for the fourth month in a row, while Jetta sales slumped 20 percent--perhaps related to strengthening Passat and Tiguan sales. Some 19.2 percent of all VW sales are TDI turbodiesels; 21 percent of all Passat sales are TDIs and the number could be higher, VW says, if it could source more.
Subaru: Subaru reports it sold 27,702 vehicles in June, for a 40-percent increase over June 2011.
Mazda: Mazda has not yet reported June sales; in May it posted an increase of 13.9 percent.
Mercedes-Benz: Has not yet reported June sales. In May, Mercedes said sales were up almost 23 percent on the year.
BMW / MINI: Has not yet reported June sales. In May, it reported a 7.1-percent increase, year over year.
Audi: Audi says it set an all-time sales record in June, its best month ever in 42 years on the U.S. market. it sold 12,664 vehicles, up 26 percent from June 2011.
Volvo: Has not yet reported June sales. In May Volvo sales were off 15.1 percent.
Jaguar/Land Rover: Has not yet reported June sales. In May, Jaguar Land Rover sales were up 8 percent to 4,513 vehicles.
Porsche: Has not yet reported June sales. In May, Porsche sales rose by 1 percent to 2,852 units.
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