Despite continued industry-wide supply issues that slowed September sales, Honda posted a solid 3rd quarterly sales results driven by strong demand for light trucks. Sales of the scorching Civic sedan are limited only by the single-digit day supply.
- HR-V and Passport post all-time bestsellers in all three quarters in 2021; while Pilot posted its best third quarter since 2018.
- The CR-V Hybrid remains strong as supply issues limit the gasoline model.
- Sales of Honda electrified vehicles set a new annual sales record (82,446) in the third quarter; The Insight hybrid sedan set a sales record in September.
- The Civic Hatchback went on sale at the end of September, to further strengthen the Civic lineup, with the very first American (Indiana) production to increase sales volume.
The refreshed Passport ’22, launched later this year, demonstrates its true off-road capability with a more rugged exterior design and a new TrailSport Edition, the new halo for Honda light trucks.
Acura continued to overcome supply issues with a strong 3rd quarter led by rising sedan sales to stay on track for an annual sales increase in 2021.
- Supported by the all-new Type S variant, sales of the Acura TLX (1952) reached the best September since 2018 and the best third quarter since 2016.
- RDX Resists Supply Issues to Post September Best Sales since 2018 (4,915) and Best Third Quarter since 2018; The all-new MDX 2022 remains in high demand, but supply issues related to the microchip issue are slowing sales.
With a quieter cabin and a re-tuned suspension, the redesigned Acura RDX ’22 arriving in November is the most dynamic, comfortable and refined Acura 5-passenger SUV ever.
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