Honda’s North American ATV sales appear to have increased in its most recent quarter, according to a press release.
The company’s North American motorcycle division sales, which include both ATV and motorcycles, represented 43,000 units, which is roughly identical to a year ago.
Product mix, however, appeared to be slightly different this year, in that motorcycles represented a smaller percentage of those 43,000 units.
Honda’s overall North American sales, including its auto division, rose nearly 14 percent over the year-ago total. Honda said that increase was due mainly to increased auto sales and came despite an unfavorable currency exchange.
For more on Honda’s recent quarter, see an upcoming edition of Powersports Business.