Motorcycle sales increased 7% in August, compared to the same period last year, this Thursday, the 2nd, Fenabrave announced as a company representing dealers. In total, 102.7 thousand units were sold, an decrease of 8.8% compared to July.
As a result, motorcycle sales completed 37.9% growth in the first eight months of the year, totaling 732.6 thousand licensed units.
Honda, the free market leader, accounted for 75.4% of this total, followed by Yamaha (18.1%).
According to Fenabre’s chairman Alarico Azumbio Jr., the two-wheeler market is hot and the decline is due to a lack of products due to production restrictions in factories, compared to the monthly, established in the industrial center. Manas (AM).
“Currently, the schedule for delivering new motorcycles is 40 to 50 days,” Alarico said in a comment following the August outstanding.
In a release on Thursday, sales of Fenabraev new vehicles fell 5.8% last month against August 2020, hitting a 16-year low in response to a shortage of cars at dealerships. In total, 172.8 thousand units were sold, including passenger cars, light utility vehicles, pickup trucks and vans, lorries and buses.
The decrease was 1.5% compared to July, thus ending the third month’s decline in records.
Since August 2005, when sales have totaled 151.6 thousand units, there has been no record of such a low volume per month.
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