It’s Official- March, 2014 was our Best Month Ever at NOK.
Beating all other local manufacturers, Nissan of Keene sold over one hundred new cars during the month of March. (We have never before sold over a hundred new cars in a single month.)
Coming off the heels of our Best Year Ever, we again would like to thank our wonderful customers for helping us to achieve our all-time sales record.
Once again, Nissan of Keene has been officially recognized by Nissan North America as Number One in Owner Loyalty in the entire Northeast Region of the United States. The dealership was recently notified of having gained the distinction for 2011.
In addition, the dealership was ranked Number Seven in the entire United States. Again.
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This is not the first time the dealership has achieved this ranking, having done so two years previously, ranking Number One in the Northeast and Number Seven in America.
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Nissan of Keene has some of the most loyal customers around- not just in New Hampshire or New England, but in all of America.
The dealership would like to thank their customers, for making this possible.
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In Fast Company’s 2011 Most Innovative Companies list, Nissan came in fourth, right after (in order) Apple, Twitter and Facebook.
The Japanese automaker beat out Groupon and Google and 44 others for excellent work done in the recent past. Nissan was given the nod for “creating the Leaf, the first mass-market, all-electric car.” How about that…? Nissan came up with a more innovative idea than Internet coupons.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn spoke with Fast Company and he said a few interesting things. For example, he said Nissan’s target market for the Leaf is “women and young people.” He also took a swipe at Tesla saying…
“The first electric cars were awful. They were selling for $100,000. Who’s going to buy that? Then you have the Volt, which is, what, $40,000? This is $25,000 [after government incentives], but even that I consider expensive. I don’t want to make a niche product.”
No automaker aside from Nissan made Fast Company’s 2011 list. The only other automotive-related company on the list is Enerkem, which can turn trash into ethanol.
Nissan of Keene is a New Hampshire Nissan dealer, serving NH, MA, and VT.
With gasoline prices at record highs across New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, and all of New England- it’s good to know that Nissan offers eight models rated at over 30 miles per gallon on the highway.
2011 Nissan Versa – Innovation that’s efficient.
MPG 28 City | 34 Hwy
2011 Fuel consumption estimates. 28 city/34 highway. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions – use for comparison only. Mileage listed for Versa Hatchback 1.8-L with Xtronic CVT®.
2011 Nissan Sentra – Innovation that connects.
MPG 27 City | 34 Hwy ‘
2011 fuel consumption estimates. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions – use for comparison only. Mileage listed for Sentra 2.0-L with Xtronic CVT.
2011 Nissan Altima Sedan – Innovation that lasts.
MPG 22 City | 32 Hwy
2011 fuel consumption estimates. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions – use for comparison only. Mileage listed for Altima 2.5-L with Xtronic CVT®.
2011 Nissan Altima Coupe – Innovation that lasts.
MPG 23 City | 32 Hwy
2011 fuel consumption estimates. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions – use for comparison only. Mileage listed for Altima Coupe 2.5-L with Xtronic CVT®.
2011 Nissan JUKE – Innovation unleashed.
MPG 27 City | 32 Hwy
Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions – use for comparison only. Mileage listed for JUKE FWD with Xtronic CVT®.
2011 Nissan cube – Innovation for individuality.
MPG 27 City | 31 Hwy
2011 Fuel Economy Estimates. Acutal mileage may vary with driving conditions. Mileage listed for cube 1.8-L with Xtronic CVT®.
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The Nissan Altima is now America’s best-selling sedan. With a total of 32,289 Altimas sold during the month of March, the long-time rival of mainstays like the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord secured a huge win for Nissan.
Nissan as a whole also came out ahead in March, posting sales of 121,141 vehicles versus 95,468 the same month last year. That’s an increase of 28.4 percent, and it also means Nissan held 8.8-percent total market share that month—another milestone.
This dramatic increase is just one of many of Nissan’s achievements this past March, which also saw the Rogue gaining 68.8 percent in sales over the same month last year, as well as the Sentra gaining 104.7 percent.
Nissan continues to shatter its sales goals in this record-setting Q1 of 2011 and shows no sign of slowing down anytime soon. With numbers this big, Nissan is looking at a banner year for 2011.
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Nissan of Keene in Keene NH now features the all new Nissan Commercial Vehicles.
Nissan of Keene, in Keene, NH would like to announce that 2010 was officially their best year ever. More new Nissans were sold during 2010 than in any year in the dealership’s 18 year history. The dealership was officially notified of this achievement in a letter from Nissan North America.
Nissan of Keene would like to thank their customers, (some of the most loyal Nissan customers, not just in New Hampshire or New England, but in all of America), for making this possible.
You are invited to visit Nissan of Keene to see why records keep being broken.
On the Web—> http://www.nissanofkeene.com