Mitsubishi Motors Reports Sales for September 2019
Mitsubishi Motors North America recently reported its sales for September of 2019. Overall, last month’s sales were slightly higher than they were in September of 2018.
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The sales report
In September of 2019, 7,722 Mitsubishi vehicles were sold in total, which is up over last September’s 7,705 vehicles sold. As for the calendar year-to-date sales through September’s end, there were 95,571 vehicles sold, which represents a 2.3% year-over-year increase, when you compare it to the same time period in 2018.
Up 28.4% year-over-year, the September sales of the Mirage show that people are still interested in cars. The calendar year-to-date sales of the Mirage are also 9.6% higher.
The Eclipse Cross had a huge increase in September sales and were up 62.4% year-over-year. The Outlander Sport was the Mitsubishi model that sold the most last month with 2,301 vehicles sold. The new 2020 Outlander Sport will have wider availability in October.
Since 2007, the best calendar year-to-date sales for Mitsubishi continues to be 2019 based on this recent report. In 2018, the automaker also had sales growth for the sixth year in a row.
Mitsubishi has also been working to reinvent the brand in the U.S. In just last month alone, the automaker broadened its retail network by adding three dealerships.
Mitsubishi Motors North America has also been in the process of relocating its headquarters from Cypress, California, to Franklin, Tennessee. To do so, the brand has been recruiting people to fill open positions at the new location.
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With all the changes occurring with Mitsubishi Motors North America, it will be interesting to see whether or not its year-over-year sales are also up in October.
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