- CR-V boasts record Oct sales
- Civic sales adult 32.1 percent over Oct 2012
- Acura light trucks post record Oct sales on strength of all-new MDX and RDX
American Honda Motor Co., Inc. currently reported Oct 2013 U.S. sum sales of 114,538 units, an boost of 7.1 percent compared with Oct 2012 (up 3.1 percent formed on a Daily Selling Rate, or DSR*). Year-to-date sales reached 1,273,550, an boost of 8.5 percent. Honda Division Oct sales reached 100,242, an boost of 5.7 percent compared to final October. Acura Division posted sales of 14,296, an boost of 17.5 percent compared to Oct 2012.
- CR-V surpasses a prior Oct record set in 2006, with sales of 22,554 adult 11.6 percent from Oct 2012
- Civic sales for Oct were a best given 2001 and adult almost over a prior year with an considerable 32.1 percent rise, posting sales of 27,328
- Accord posted Oct sales of 25,162, with America’s best-selling sell indication handily flitting a 300,000-unit symbol for year-to-date, adult 11.2 percent for a year contra 2012
“Despite consumer worry early in a month, genuine direct stays clever opposite a Honda code and we sojourn on lane to grasp series one sell sales this year for a core models: Civic, Accord, CR-V and Odyssey,” pronounced John Mendel, executive clamp boss of sales during American Honda. “With a all-new Accord Hybrid nearing during dealerships this week and a significantly updated Civic entrance after in a year, we expect sales will continue to be prohibited even as a continue cools down streamer into winter.”
- Acura posted Oct sales of 14,296, an boost of 17.5 percent compared to final Oct with Acura light trucks recording their best Oct ever
- MDX sales set an Oct monthly record with 5,608 units, adult 48.7 percent compared to final Oct
- RDX also set an Oct record with sales of 3,333, adult 25.3 percent compared to final year
- RLX posted a best sales month given a recover in Mar
“The intrepidity and energy of Acura’s line of light trucks continues to win over an ever-increasing series of perceptive SUV customers,” pronounced Jeff Conrad, clamp boss and ubiquitous manager of Acura sales. “With MDX recording a best Oct given 2004 and RDX stability to set sales annals month over month, Acura has a strongest one dual punch in a industry.”
*The daily offered rate (DSR) is distributed with 27 days for Oct 2013 and 26 days for Oct 2012. Year-to-date, a DSR is distributed with 256 days for 2013 and 255 days for 2012. All other percentages in recover are unadjusted; see list for practiced DSR figures.
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