- Honda Division and Honda Trucks also set new Nov marks, adult 4.9 and 18.3 percent, respectively
- Honda CR-V smashes prior Nov best with a benefit of 37.7 percent contra 2013
- Honda Fit shatters Nov record, jumping 55.1 percent
- TLX and ILX sedans pull Acura Cars adult 29.5 percent in Nov while pushing an altogether multiplication increase
American Honda Motor Co., Inc. currently reported a new Nov Honda and Acura car sales record of 121,814 units, an boost of 4.6 percent contra Nov 2013. Overall AHM lorry sales also set a Nov record, augmenting 12.9 percent on sales of 60,384 vehicles. The Honda code set a new Nov best, recording sales of 106,957 vehicles—an boost of 4.9 percent for a month. The Acura code posted sales of 14,857 units in November, augmenting 2.0 percent over a same duration final year.
Three core vehicles in a Honda lineup contributed to a best-ever Nov for a brand. The newly redesigned CR-V led a Honda division’s record month, posting a best Nov sales ever while Pilot showed uninformed strength with a double-digit increase; a dual vehicles increased Honda Trucks to a new Nov record. The Honda Fit also set a new Nov mark.
- CR-V crushed a prior Nov milestone, with 32,378 units sole final month for an boost of 37.7 percent contra 2013.
- The Pilot showed new strength in a clever lorry marketplace for Nov with sales of 9,228 vehicles for an boost of 13.2 percent.
- Together, CR-V and Pilot helped pull Honda Trucks to a best-ever November, gaining 18.3 percent for a month on sales of 51,735 vehicles.
- Honda Fit sales cracked a renouned subcompact’s prior Nov best, recording a conspicuous 55.1 percent arise on sales of 6,421 units.
“While a marketplace seems to be constantly changing, Honda products continue to impetus on with clever performances month after month,” pronounced Jeff Conrad, Honda multiplication comparison clamp boss and ubiquitous manager. “Even with plummeting gas prices, compress models like a CR-V and Fit continue to ring with buyers.”
Acura sedans pushed an altogether code boost in November, led by a new renouned TLX and flourishing movement from a ILX. Acura trucks also fared well, progressing clever marketplace opening as MDX continues to lead a Acura multiplication overall.
- The Acura sedan lineup rose almost in November, gaining 29.5 percent for a month on sales of 6,208 vehicles.
- TLX was Acura’s second best-selling indication again in Nov with over 4,200 units sold, even as parsimonious supply of some models in a TLX lineup kept a new sedan from eclipsing a stellar Oct result.
- ILX gained 4.4 percent for a month on sales of 1,652 units.
“The strength of Acura sedans is clearly on a arise given bringing a hot-selling TLX to marketplace in late summer,” pronounced Mike Accavitti, Acura multiplication comparison clamp boss and ubiquitous manager. “And with direct outstripping supply, we see even some-more upside intensity with TLX and a rest of a sedan lineup in a entrance months.”