Acura Announces January Sales Increase; TL up 43 Percent

Acura Announces January Sales Increase; TL up 43 Percent

Acura sales up 5.3 percent


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TORRANCE,
Calif., Feb. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Acura posted January sales
of 8,381 an increase of 5.3 percent compared to January 2011.

 


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“With
inventory still building to optimal levels, 2012 is off to a good start,” said
Jeff Conrad, vice president of Acura sales. “After the successful launch of the
RDX Prototype and the ILX and NSX Concepts at the Detroit Auto Show, strong
January sales and the buzz surrounding Acura’s Super Bowl commercial, the Acura
brand has real momentum going forward.”  

 

Total car
sales reported 4,582 units, up 24.1 percent versus January 2011, with the TL
posting 2,283 units and the TSX 2,266 units, up 43.4 and 16.7 percent
respectively. The MDX was Acura’s best selling model with 2,861 sales for the
month, down 8.5 percent.  Total truck sales tallied 3,799 units, down 11
percent.

 

Additional
ways to connect with Acura:

Media Information: www.acuranews.com
Consumer Information: www.acura.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Acura
Twitter: www.twitter.com/Acura_Insider
YouTube: www.youtube.com/acura

 

American Honda Vehicle Sales
For January 2012

 

Month-to-Date

Year-to-Date

 

January

January

DSR**

January

January

DSR**

 

2012

2011

% Chg.

2012

2011

% Chg.

Acura Division Total

8,381

7,961

5.3%

8,381

7,961

5.3%

   TL

2,283

1,592

43.4%

2,283

1,592

43.4%

   TSX

2,266

1,941

16.7%

2,266

1,941

16.7%

     Memo:  TSX Wagon

201

205

-2.0%

201

205

-2.0%

   RL

33

160

-79.4%

33

160

-79.4%

   MDX

2,861

3,127

-8.5%

2,861

3,127

-8.5%

   ZDX

54

148

-63.5%

54

148

-63.5%

   RDX

884

993

-11.0%

884

993

-11.0%

Selling Days

24

24

 

24

24

 

*  Honda and Acura vehicles are
made of domestic & global sourced parts.

**  Daily Selling Rate 

 

SOURCE 
Acura

Acura Announces January Sales Increase; TL up 43 Percent