American Honda sales topped 500,000 units in the first half of the year, despite severe second-quarter supply issues.
Honda electrified sales stay strong as CR-V Hybrid sets June record and Accord Hybrid first-half sales were up 39%.
The HR-V posted its best first-half sales of all time with strong customer pre-orders (6,000+) for the all-new 2023 model.
Supported by pre-orders, the all-new Acura Integra rides strong demand in the first month and leads Acura car sales.
The Acura NSX had the best month, in June, since December 2017, with first-half sales of NSX Type S up 105%.
“With strong turn rates of up to 90 percent for core Honda and Acura products, it’s clear that success is a relative term in today’s business environment and sales volume is not the best measure of true customer demand,” said Mamadou Diallo, vice president of Auto Sales for American Honda Motor Co., Inc. “As we continue an incredible cadence of new model introductions, including the recent launch of the all-new Honda HR-V and Acura Integra, we are very proud of the efforts of our production and sales associates who are working tirelessly to meet the needs of our customers.”