Polaris Industries reported across-the-board reductions in retail sales in its second-quarter earnings report.
Polaris reported a 24 percent decrease in revenue in its second quarter compared to the prior year as both its off-road and on-road divisions experienced retail slowdowns in the quarter, which ended June 30.
The company’s off-road revenue, which includes its ATV and side-by-side businesses, decreased 25 percent, with U.S. core ATV sales off by a larger percentage than its UTV business.
Victory’s retail sales were off in the 30-percent range and Polaris’ wholesale sales for Victory were off even more.
Polaris did say that in almost all areas it has reduced both dealer and factory inventory levels.
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