American Honda Motor Co., Inc., posted Mar sales of 133,650, an boost of 18.9 percent formed on a daily offered rate*, a association announced today. Mar outlines a sixth true month of double-digit sales increases for American Honda. Year-to-date sales of 307,978 paint an boost of 18.5 percent formed on a daily offered rate*.
Sales of fuel-efficient Honda vehicles led a multiplication to Mar sales of 121,039, an boost of 20.7 percent compared to Mar 2010. Mar sales of Honda cars increasing by 29.1 percent to 74,168, led by a Accord, adult 11.2 percent to 33,616; a Civic, adult 33.8 percent to 31,213; and a Fit, adult 43.4 percent on record Mar sales of 6,955. Honda variety also posted clever sales, with a Insight adult 62.2 percent on record Mar sales of 2,782. The CR-V, a best-selling SUV in America, posted record sales for a second true month, adult 42.7 percent to 21,998.
“While we are intensely gratified with this month’s sales performance, a inaugural thoughts are with a Japanese people during this formidable time,” pronounced John Mendel, executive clamp boss of sales for American Honda. “We know there will be hurdles in a entrance months as we continue to bargain with supply sequence issues ensuing from a harmful trembler in Japan, and we continue to conclude everyone’s calm and understanding.”
Acura Division posted sales of 12,611 for March, an boost of 3.6 percent. The Acura MDX led a multiplication with sales of 4,113, an boost of 20.7 percent, followed by a TL with sales of 3,995.
*The daily offered rate (DSR) is distributed with 27 days for Mar 2011 and 26 days for Mar 2010. Year-to-date, a DSR is distributed with 75 days for 2011 and 74 days for 2010. All percentages simulate DSR.
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