July is a great month. It’s the height of summer vacation, we get to celebrate our nation’s birthday, and get to enjoy fresh produce from our gardens. For Honda, July was even better because it saw record sales for CR-V and a number of other vehicles.
Total July sales for both Honda and Acura vehicles came in at 152,799—a 4.4% increase over July 2015 and new monthly record. The Honda Division on its own had a jump of 5.9% with sales of 139,125.
Leading the summer sales was the CR-V, which set an all-time monthly record with 36,017 units sold across the country. That is a 13.3% increase over last year. The Civic also had an impressive month with a 5.8% jump and sales of 32,952. Also in the crossover category, the Fit and HR-V both had increases over 25% for the month.
The CR-V is a remarkable compact crossover that delivers an impressive amount of interior space for both passengers and cargo. In addition, it has a fuel efficient engine, lots of desirable technology, top safety scores, and so much more.
Visit us at Bryan Honda today to see for yourself what makes the Honda CR-V so impressive.
As school heads back in session, you might feel like the summer is over. But, it’s not! There is still fun to be had. Here are some great summer events near Fayetteville that you can still add to your calendar without too much planning.
- Downtown Farmers Market. Every Wednesday from 2-6 pm and Saturday from 9am-1pm, head to the Fayetteville Area Transportation and Local History museum for goods from local artisans, locally grown produce, and more.
- Fayetteville After Five. On August 26th at Festival Park, hear some great live music, eat some delicious food, and have a lot of fun. The gates open at 5pm, with music beginning at 6:30pm. This event is a fundraiser for the Fayetteville Dogwood Festival.
- Dueling Pianos Garden Dinner. If you want to participate in a hilarious evening event for a good cause, be sure to get tickets for this. It will be held on August 27th at the Cape Fear Botanical Garden. This comedy piano show will include lots of audience participation. Be sure to purchase tickets in advance as you cannot pay at the door.
- Heritage Square Tours. On Sunday, September 4th from 1-4 pm, get a tour of some of Fayetteville’s most historic locations, including the Sanford House, the Oval Ballroom, and the Baker-Haigh-Nimocks House.
Which events are you planning to attend?