As every premium manufacturer had a fantastic year in 2015, Infiniti makes no exception. The small luxury division of Nissan managed to sell 215,250 vehicles, up 16 percent from the previous year. 

December 2015 was the best ever month in Infiniti’s history with more than 23,100 vehicles sold, representing a 17 percent increase compared to December a year ago.

In the Americas, Infiniti sold a total of 147,600 vehicles in 2015, growing by 14 percent. The U.S. continues to be the largest market for Infiniti globally, with 14 percent growth and 133,500 vehicles sold in 2015.

In China, Infiniti’s second largest market, the company had another record year. In 2015, Infiniti sold 40,200 vehicles, an increase of 34 percent over 2014. Compared to its German rivals, Infiniti was the fastest growing premium brand in China for the second year in a row and the only one that grew by more than 30 percent.

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In Western Europe, Infiniti sold 7,000 vehicles in 2015, an increase of 45 percent from 2014. In December, 700 vehicles were sold in Western Europe, an increase of 16 percent compared to December 2014. In the Middle East, more than 8,300 Infiniti vehicles were sold in 2015, up 18 percent from 2014.

On an individual model level, Q50 continues to be Infiniti’s top-selling vehicle. The 2015 volume of 78,800 sales (Q50 and Q50L combined) represents an increase of 44 percent, followed by QX60 (54,800) and QX80 (19,300).