Infiniti recently reported their U.S. sales for the month of May, and the numbers show good things for the expanding automaker.
With an increase in sales by 4,203 cars sold for sales of 10,592 in May, Infiniti appears to be heading in the right direction in the auto market.
Infiniti recently moved their headquarters to Hong Kong to focus more on Chinese markets and growth, but with hopes for an increase in total global car share. With more months like May, Nissan’s luxury brand will have a better grasp on their overall goal.
The Infiniti brand has to be happy with the first five months of 2012, with an overall increase of 7.2% in sales, helped by the release of the new 2013 Infiniti JX model. So far in 2012, the new JX has accounted for 5,297 new sold vehicles of Infiniti’s 43,941 total for the year.
“Our retailers reported strong traffic in their showrooms, not only for the all-new Infiniti JX, which has successfully fulfilled customers’ desires for a unique, new take on a luxury crossover, but for our Infiniti G and M lines as well,” said Ben Poore, vice president of Infiniti Americas.
Indeed, the flagship G model from Infiniti continues to lead the way for the brand, with sedan sales amounting to 3,758, good for an increase of 40% compared to last year and the model’s best month since May 2008.