American Honda Motor Co., Inc., posted Nov sales of 83,925 vehicles, a diminution of 10.1 percent, a association announced today. American Honda year-to-date sales reached 1,042,055, down 5.7 percent contra final year, formed on a daily offered rate*.
Honda Division posted Nov sales of 74,016, a diminution of 9.9 percent contra Nov 2010. The Pilot continued a movement with sales of 10,487, adult 32.6 percent. The Civic was a top-selling Honda indication for Nov with sales of 17,133, a diminution of 0.7 percent compared to final year. The CR-V posted sales of 16,426, a diminution of 13.7. The Accord posted sales of 14,355 a diminution of 17.9 percent.
“The impact of a Thailand flooding on a North American prolongation levels continued to be felt in November,” pronounced John Mendel, American Honda executive clamp boss of sales. “We’re looking brazen to shutting a year on a clever note as prolongation recovers and a all-new CR-V goes on sale this month.”
Acura Division available Nov sales of 9,909, a diminution of 11.2 percent contra Nov 2010, and year-to-date sales of 110,170, down 7.1 percent. The MDX was a top-selling Acura indication for a month with Nov sales of 3,308 down 24.2 percent. The TSX posted record Nov sales of 2,691.
*The daily offered rate (DSR) is distributed with 25 days for Nov 2011 and 24 days for Nov 2010. Year-to-date DSR is distributed with 280 days for 2011 and 279 days for 2010. All percentages simulate DSR.
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