Kawasaki has increased its North American powersports unit sales in its fiscal first half, the company recently reported.
Kawasaki’s wholesale unit count totaled 51,000 units in North America in its fiscal first half, according to the company’s report. That is a 16 percent increase over the year-ago total. That unit total includes motorcycles, ATVs, UTVs and PWC.
The company’s wholesale motorcycle sales in North America, however, did decline. Those sales amounted to 27,000 units, a 10 percent drop from a year ago.
In Europe, Kawasaki’s sales of 34,000 units in its fiscal first half represented a 5.5 percent decrease from a year ago.
Worldwide, Kawasaki’s wholesale unit total for its powersports division amounted to 218,000 units, an increase of 15 percent.
Overall, the company’s revenue rose nearly 11 percent over the year-ago period.
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