Honda June 2017 Sales Up 0.8% with 139,783 Vehicles Sold

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  1. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    [​IMG] Civic and Accord outsell CR-V? Efficient sedans with the Honda moniker attached hold their own.

    Wayne Gerdes – CleanMPG – July 3, 2017

    2017 Honda Civic EX-T w/ the excellent 174 hp and 162 lb-ft. of torque 1.5T I4 mated to a CVT - $23,175 to start incl. the $875 D&H charge.

    2017 Honda Civic Touring

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    Honda June 2017 Sales Overview

    Honda (Honda and Acura) June sales of 139,793 vehicles was up 0.8 percent above the 138,715 sold in June of 2016. The Daily Selling Rate (DSR) was equal to the raw volume as there were 26 sales days in both June of 2016 and June of 2017.

    YTD sales of 791,886 was down 0.1 percent below the 792,355 sold through the same period of 2016. DSR and raw volumes were also equivalent with 152 selling days in both 2017 and 2016.

    Honda on its own achieved June 2017 sales of 125,755 vehicles, down 1.3 percent below the 127,363 sold in June of 2017. YTD sales of 718,015 were up 0.7 percent above the 713,361 sold through the same period of 2016.

    Acura achieved June 2017 sales of 14,038 vehicles, up 23.7 percent over the 11,352 sold in June of 2017. YTD sales of 73,871 were down 6.5 percent below the 78,994 sold through the same period of 2016.

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    Honda’s Civic and Accord remain at the top of the brands car sales charts with the Civic just missing the Corolla’s U.S. June sales results by just 132 vehicles.

    With the 10th gen Accord reveal is just a week away and dealership availability this fall, it can still sell in amazing quantity. Last month, the Accord achieved sales of 29,791, up 3.4 percent over the 28,806 sold in June of 2016. YTD sales of 160,091 was down 5.5 percent below the 169,354 sold through the same period of 2016.

    The U.S. Automobile June 2017 vs. June 2016 Market Share results.

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    To begin, GM moved back ahead of Ford in June although market share is down .3 percent from last June. Toyota gained 0.7 percent and took back what both GM and Ford lost. Nissan gained 0.5 percent while Hyundai took a hard hit, down 0.8 percent. Subaru continued its streak of increasing market share with a 3.6 percent share in June, up 0.5 percent over its share in June of 2016.

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    The Silverado finally outsold RAM which had been in the number two spot for the past three months. It also appears someone was pushing Equinox's as mentioned above allowing it to enter the Top 10.

    Rogue is now the #1 selling CUV in the U.S. with its main rival, the CR-V falling out of the Top 10 for the first time in a long time. The RAV4 is right on the Rogue’s heels too!

    The Corolla continues to amaze with a 6th spot in June’s Top 10 U.S. auto sales. It does not feel like a Top 10 car but you cannot fault the almost 1,500 Toyota dealerships ability to move metal despite its lack of competitive features and pricing.

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    Segment Items of note

    While the Versa continues to hold onto its number one spot, the harsh sales fall was telling of the marketing and sales push that Nissan is providing it. The Rio has all but fallen off the radar of most apparently.

    In the C-Segment, the large incentives did not help Elantra as the aging Focus and middling Sentra and Corolla easily outsold it. The all-new Impreza is showing newfound Consumer demand. To think it was ever going to be close to the Jetta is noteworthy!

    In the D-segment, Accord and Camry continue to batter for supremacy. Camry will be first to reach dealership showrooms with their all-new model while the all-new 10th gen Accord online reveal in Detroit on the 14th should be a worthwhile watch. The rental fleet darling Malibu is really taking a haircut while Sonata and Passat are not doing well at all either.

    CUVs continue to be America’s choice. Rogue continues its award-winning ways with its segment result moving from third, to second and now into fist over the past three months. Talk about firing on all cylinders!

    In the pickup truck segment, for the third month in a row Ford’s F-Series has outsold the entire GM pickup truck lineup.

    When it comes to Hybrids, the Prius lineup has succumbed competitor’s offerings all year. The Fusion Hybrid moved ahead of the Prius liftback for the third time this year. January, March, and now June. The Fusion Hybrids YTD sales of 31,537 still lag the Prius liftbacks 33,112 sold through the first 6-months of 2017 but it will be a competition to watch through the second half of the year.

    The Kia Niro and Hyundai Ioniq together achieved sales of just 3,536 vehicles in June, down a significant 21.2 percent from the 4,487 the combo sold last month. This is the second month in a row in which Niro sales have fallen below their previous months result showing early momentum and marketing promotion have stalled. On the Ioniq front, in April sales were 1,316, May saw a nice uptick to 1,827, and now June with sales of just 1,348 vehicles which are back down to April levels. A lack of inventory for both models on dealerships lots across the country may have something to do with it? With healthy incentives on both the std. 4th gen Prius undercutting the Ioniq MSRP price advantage by thousands. Pricing may have to be adjusted accordingly. The Prius Prime's recent incentive increases are going to make it tough for both the Niro and Ioniq PHEVs when they arrive in just a matter of weeks.

    The Accord Hybrid is selling well while the hot RAV4 Hybrid appears to have topped out.

    In the Electric segment, both Volt and the Bolt moved back ahead of the Prius Prime.

    U.S. June 2017 Sales vs. June 2016 Sales Ranks and Results for the top 18 Automobile Manufacturers

    GM June 2017 Sales Down 4.7% with 243,155 Vehicles Sold
    Ford June 2017 Sales Down 5.1% with 227,979 Vehicles Sold
    Toyota June 2017 Sales Up 2.1% with 202,376 Vehicles Sold
    FCA June 2017 Sales Down 7.4% with 187,348 Vehicles Sold
    Nissan June 2017 Sales Up 2.0% with 143,328 Vehicles Sold
    Honda June 2017 Sales Up 0.8% with 139,783 Vehicles Sold
    Kia June 2017 Sales Down 10.3% with 56,143 Vehicles Sold
    Hyundai June 2017 Sales Down 19.3% with 54,507 Vehicles Sold
    Subaru June 2017 Sales Up 11.7% with 52,057 Vehicles Sold
    Mercedes-Benz June 2017 Sales Up 1.1% with 32,328 Vehicles Sold
    BMW June 2017 Sales Up 0.4% with 28,962 Vehicles Sold
    VW June 2017 Sales Up 15.0% with 27,377 Vehicles Sold
    Mazda June 2017 Sales Down 14.7% with 22,342 Vehicles Sold
    Audi June 2017 Sales Up 5.3% with 19,416 Vehicles Sold
    Jaguar/Land Rover June 2017 Sales Up 3.0% with 8,706 Vehicles Sold
    Mitsubishi June 2017 Sales Down 5.0% with 7,625 Vehicles Sold
    Volvo June 2017 Sales Down 15.0 % with 7,303 Vehicles Sold
    Porsche June 2017 Sales Up 0.8% with 4,516 Vehicles Sold

    Within the OEM ranks, Nissan is ever so slowly placing Honda in its rear view. And Kia outsold its parent Hyundai. I was not expecting to see that.

    In June 1.46 million vehicles were sold in the U.S., down 3.3 percent below the 1.51 million sold in in June of 2016.

    June's Seasonally Adjusted Annual Rate (SAAR) came in at just under 17 million.

    For the first half of 2017, U.S. YTD sales of 8.43 million were down 1.9 percent from the 8.59 million sold through the first half of 2016 YTD.

    With a record 17.49 million vehicles sold in 2016, 2017 should still be another solid year although I am predicting we will be under 17 million vehicles sold falling below both 2015 (17.45 million sold) and 2016's (17.49 million sold) if the present sales softening trend continues.

    Remember that when the U.S. economy experiences a drop in GDP no matter how slight, it is called a recession. While many OEMs are excusing the falloff on reduced rental fleet sales, the industry-wide pull-back is surely keeping board members and CEOs awake at night despite the U.S. economic fundamentals still being positive.
     
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  2. Luke

    Luke Well-Known Member

    Honda just revealed next Accord. Looks like Hybrid finally has folding rear seats:):

    "Additionally, a new, more compact intelligent power unit (IPU), containing the hybrid battery pack and its control systems, is now mounted under the rear floor instead of in the trunk, preserving both cargo space (16.7 cu.-ft.) and the flexibility of a 60/40-split and folding rear seat, standard on all models and trims. Detailed specifications on the 2018 Accord Hybrid, including power and fuel-economy ratings, will be release closer to launch."
     
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  3. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Hi Luke:

    It is in the Accord 10th Gen story now.

    Quick Look at The All-new 10th Gen 2018 Honda Accord

    1.5L Turbo 192 hp and 192 lb-ft. of torque engine mated to either the CVT or 6-speed MT in the sport trim

    2.0L Turbo is a 252 hp and 273 lb-ft. of torque mill mated to the new 10-speed AT. In Sport trim, a 6-speed MT is available.

    No Coupe since the 4-door looks so much like a coupe anyway.

    2.0L Atkinsonized I4, second gen Two motor, and top of segment EPA although they did not release them yet.

    16.7 cu. ft. of volume, 60/40 split rear seats even with the hybrid as th epack is now under the rear seats. 16.7 cu. ft. Jesus H. Christ!!!

    1.9" of added leg room thanks to the longer wheelbase. I will post the specs in a few.

    New Display Audio system w/ Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

    Both a Volume/Power and Radio Tuning knobs are back!!!

    A Qi charger will be available as well.

    Honda Sensing is std. ON ALL Accord's!

    Top Safety Pick+ and NHTSA 5-star are all but guaranteed....

    More in a few.

    Wayne
     
  4. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    [​IMG] Honda Canada Sets June Sales Record

    Honda Canada's light truck lineup helped boost sales to a second consecutive monthly record.

    During June, sales of 19,258 vehicles by both Honda and Acura of Canada was up 14.1 percent over the 16,905 sold in June of 2016.

    YTD sales of 99,503 vehicles is up an almost as strong 11.1 percent over the 89,531 sold through the same period fo 2016.

    Honda Canada June Highlights

    Civic was the brands top selling vehicle with June sales reaching 6,730, up 8.0 percent over the 6,232 sold during June of 2016. YTD sales of 37,180 were up 12.0 percent over the 33,193 sold through the same period of 2016.

    For the sixth consecutive month, the CR-V posted a new monthly sales record with 4,276 vehicles, up 20.2 percent over the previous best June sales result of 3,557. YTD sales of 23,833 were up 19.7 percent over the 19,906 sold through the same period fo 2016.

    For the sixth consecutive month, the HR-V set a new monthly record on sales of 1,592 vehicles, up 23.9 percent over the 1,285 sold during June of 2016. YTD sales of 8,219 were up 49.0 percent over the 5,516 sold through the same period of 2016.

    Canada June 2017 Ranks and Results for the top 7 Automobile Manufacturers

    Ford Canada June 2017 Sales Up 14.1% with 32,777 vehicles sold
    FCA Canada June 2017 Sales Down 7.4% with 29,083 vehicles sold
    GM Canada June 2017 Sales Up 4.2% with 27,151 vehicles sold
    Toyota Canada June 2017 Sales Up 6.5% with 23,436 vehicles sold
    Honda Canada June 2017 Sales Up 14.1% with 19,258 vehicles sold
    Nissan Canada June 2017 Sales Up 13.3% with 16,002 vehicles sold
    Hyundai Canada June 2017 Sales Down 15.5% with 12,848 vehicles sold
     
  5. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Hi All:

    And the last metric of Luxury Brand Sales including Acura, Audi, BMW, Cadillac, Infiniti, Lexus, Lincoln, and Mercedes-Benz since this is the halfway point of 2017 back to 2013.

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    Wayne
     

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