BMW Motorrad continues its sales success in Canada with a June record of 242 motorcycles, up 18 per cent compared to June 2008.
Year-to-date sales for BMW are 1,171 motorcycles, which represents a 25 per cent increase on the first half of last year.
BMW motorcycles have been selling in record-setting numbers (for BMW, that is) right through 2009. In April, for instance, the company enjoyed an all-time best monthly sales record of 357 motorcycles.
That’s funny, kind of …… how you picked an image of a bike not being available in Canada.
Truthfully, I thought their focus on cheaper and simplier models (as a seed strategy to a younger demographic) would cheapen the overall brand and affect sales of higher end units. But its seems they’re overcoming that by producing a very good though cheaper product. That said, it could be misleading just looking at sales as their profit per unit is likely down.
Triumph’s also having a good year. Good for them.
Bring back and airhead model – a la new Bonneville.
Oh yeah make it cheap. I might pry open the onion..
a bunch of good, new models that came out in last couple of years.
I know that I would get an F800GS if i could afford it…
… stupid recession…