Acura November 2008 sales

A decrease of 38.9 percent.
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December 2, 2008.
In its second full month of sales, the all-new 2009 TL performance luxury sedan remained Acura's sales leader for November with 3,160 vehicles sold.

Acura sales for November were 7,888, down 38.9 percent* versus 2007, while year-to-date** sales for the luxury nameplate totaled 133,824 units, down 17.9 percent.

The all-new 2009 TSX sports sedan recorded sales of 1,712 for the month, with year-to-date sales reaching 29,694 units. The MDX luxury SUV was Acura's best-selling light truck, with sales of 2,101, while the RDX crossover SUV tallied 681 units.

*The daily selling rate is calculated with 25 selling days for November 2008 and 25 selling days for November 2007.
**Year-to-date sales based on 282 days for 2008 versus 281 days for 2007.

(source: Acura)

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