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June 2007 Sales: American Honda

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http://www.hondanews.com/categories/1097/releases/4053

American Honda Reports Record June Sales of 140,935

CR-V, Civic and Fit set records

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07/03/2007 - TORRANCE, Calif. - American Honda Motor Co., Inc., posted record June sales of 140,935 Honda and Acura vehicles, up 7.3 percent on a daily-selling-rate basis*, the company announced today. American Honda year-to-date sales totaled 766,929, up 2.1 percent.

Honda Division posted record June sales of 124,169, up 7.4 percent compared to last year. The CR-V sold 19,715, up 53.2 percent, achieving its sixth consecutive month of record sales. The Civic posted record sales of 36,512, up 33.6 percent over last June. Civic Hybrid sales increased by 20.1 percent to 3,246, also setting a new record for the month. The Fit, up 44.3 percent to 5,613, broke its all-time sales record from May, 2007 of 5,361.

"The Civic and CR-V gained an incredible amount of momentum in the first half of 2007," said Dick Colliver, executive vice president of American Honda. "We expect the small car and crossover SUV segments to remain strong for the second half of the year, putting Honda on pace for a twelfth straight record year."

Acura Division sales increased 6.9 percent to 16,766. The TSX sports sedan, set a new June sales record of 3,414, up 4.0 percent. Sales for the TL luxury performance sedan increased by 8.1 percent to 6,221. Sales of the all-new MDX increased by 26.2 percent to 4,639, and RDX sales totaled 1,864.

*The daily selling rate (DSR) is calculated with 26 days for June 2007, versus 25 for 2006. Year-to-date, the DSR is calculated with 154 days for 2007, versus 152 for 2006. All percentages in this release reflect DSR.

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Looks like the Civic, CRV, and Fit are on fire sales wise.

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Looks like the Civic, CRV, and Fit are on fire sales wise.

Chris

For one of those, it isn't the only way its on fire ;)

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Looks like the Civic, CRV, and Fit are on fire sales wise.

Chris

Actually, the fit has stayed pretty steady at that 5K level for a few months now. CR-V and Civic are doing well, though...the Civic seems to be doing much better compared to what it was doing when it was first released.
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CRV is ugly overpriced underpowered garbage. not sure why it is selling so well. Hopefully the vue starts gouging into it soon.

they have more models that are in decline than increasing.

the RL, oh yeah, THAT's a success, NOT.

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CRV is ugly overpriced underpowered garbage. not sure why it is selling so well. Hopefully the vue starts gouging into it soon.

they have more models that are in decline than increasing.

the RL, oh yeah, THAT's a success, NOT.

Don't hold back, tell us how you really feel. :lol:

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CRV is ugly overpriced underpowered garbage. not sure why it is selling so well. Hopefully the vue starts gouging into it soon.

they have more models that are in decline than increasing.

the RL, oh yeah, THAT's a success, NOT.

I'm not a CRV fan, either, but its not a piece of garbage....

Keep in mind that the Accord appears in the fall and then each of its derivatives follow in a strong product cadence...

TL, TSX, Pilot, Odyssey all benefit directly from the Accord's engineering. Honda is basically capacity restrained as it is, I wouldn't put too much credence in monthly sales charts when they tend to tweak promotions regionally to recover from weakening model performance.

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they have more models that are in decline than increasing.

the RL, oh yeah, THAT's a success, NOT.

Overall sales increased, which is what matters, as flexible factories can change production to different models when needed.

You're still stuck on the RL? It's been two years now of lackluster sales, I don't think anybody is calling it a success. They don't even mention it in the Acura press release.

It is nice to see Acura sales on the increase. It looks like the RDX, if anything, plugged the sales hole left by the RSX.

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Don't hold back, tell us how you really feel. :lol:

face it, we all know who the dumb consumers are that are buying / overspending on them.

its mostly women, or guys p-whipped by the women that own them and dictate they buy them. chances are also that same group is either militant letsbefriend or at a minimum not very appreciative of men in general. probably as a whole very soft politically. would rather save a tree than....well, i won't go there.

MY GOD at least buy a rav4 if you're gonna by a japanese cute ute.

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