Although Nissan says it has ample inventories right now, the timing is wrong for a major national sales event, Al Castignetti, Nissan’s vice president of sales and marketing, told Automotive News. Nissan had 152,800 vehicles in its inventory as of April 7; the automaker says that number has grown by another 32,000 vehicles.
It’s important to note that there are still local incentives on Nissan vehicles in most areas, but they vary and are mostly limited to slow sellers. Nissan is launching a number of new vehicles, including the Juke and Murano CrossCabriolet.
Nissan hasn’t decided whether it will postpone the sales event until later this summer. It is usually held in May.
Nissan Suspends May Tent Sale (Automotive News)