Honda Automobiles: Honda Apr Sales Up on CR-V Monthly Sales Record; All-New RLX Flagship Sedan Bolsters Acura Sales Gain

Posted on 01. May, 2013 by in Honda Canada

American Honda currently reported Apr 2013 U.S. sales of 130,999 units, an boost of 7.4 percent compared with Apr 2012 (up 3.1 percent formed on a Daily Selling Rate, or DSR*). The Honda code posted Apr 2013 sales of 117,100 units, an boost of 6.6 percent compared with Apr 2012.  Acura U.S. Apr sales of 13,899 units increasing 14.2 percent compared with Apr 2012.


  • Award-winning CR-V sets all-time Apr sales record, adult 12.2 percent in to 26,519 units, violation a record set in Apr 2012
  • Hot-selling Accord continues a sell sales strength, commanding 33,500 units with year-to-date sales adult over 26 percent
  • Sales for ultra-functional and fit Fit adult 33.9 percent for April

“The Apr sales record for a CR-V exemplifies a implausible sell sales success of Honda’s core models,” pronounced John Mendel, executive clamp boss of Sales during American Honda. “The Accord and Civic also continue to resonate, one patron during a time, with altogether year-to-date sales good forward of final year.”


  • Sales of a all-new oppulance flagship RLX sedan clever with 400 units in a initial full month, as play register builds
  • RDX sets a twelfth-consecutive monthly sales record, adult 106.0 percent from final April, and is a top-selling Acura indication in Apr with sales of 4,088 units
  • Acura sets an Apr lorry sales record, with sum Acura year-to-date sales adult over 13 percent

“With a full year of record sales growth, a RDX is a resounding success,” pronounced Jeff Conrad, clamp boss and ubiquitous manager of Acura Sales. “Continued record-breaking sales of a RDX is laying a plain substructure for a new RLX and MDX Acura models rising this year.”

*The daily offered rate (DSR) is distributed with 25 days for Apr 2013 and 24 days for Apr 2012. Year-to-date, a DSR is distributed with 101 days for 2013 and 101 days for 2012. All other percentages in recover are unadjusted; see list for practiced DSR figures.

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