In the next 14 days expect to see a sales push for Nissan products. That's how much time the company has to reach the 1 million sales mark for fiscal 2004. Unfortunately, for the past six months Nissan has averaged sales of 83,000 units a month. Maybe there will be deals aplenty at your local Nissan or Infiniti shop. Regardless, getting this close to a million vehicle sales in the U.S. is a huge feat for a company that still has issues with reliability and was almost dead in the water before Ghosn took over.
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