American Honda Motor Co., Inc., posted November sales of 83,925 vehicles, a decrease of 10.1 percent, the company announced today. American Honda year-to-date sales reached 1,042,055, down 5.7 percent versus last year, based on the daily selling rate*.
Honda Division posted November sales of 74,016, a decrease of 9.9 percent versus November 2010. The Pilot continued its momentum with sales of 10,487, up 32.6 percent. The Civic was the top-selling Honda model for November with sales of 17,133, a decrease of 0.7 percent compared to last year. The CR-V posted sales of 16,426, a decrease of 13.7. The Accord posted sales of 14,355 a decrease of 17.9 percent.
“The impact of the Thailand flooding on our North American production levels continued to be felt in November,” said John Mendel, American Honda executive vice president of sales. “We’re looking forward to closing the year on a strong note as production recovers and the all-new CR-V goes on sale this month.”
Acura Division recorded November sales of 9,909, a decrease of 11.2 percent versus November 2010, and year-to-date sales of 110,170, down 7.1 percent. The MDX was the top-selling Acura model for the month with November sales of 3,308 down 24.2 percent. The TSX posted record November sales of 2,691.
*The daily selling rate (DSR) is calculated with 25 days for November 2011 and 24 days for November 2010. Year-to-date DSR is calculated with 280 days for 2011 and 279 days for 2010. All percentages reflect DSR.
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