News Motorcycle Industry News Ducati North America June Sales up 106% | Record Month

Ducati North America June Sales up 106% | Record Month

Ducati North America June Sales – Record Breaking

Ducati North America June Sales up 106%
2015 Ducati Multistrada 1200 S Touring Pack

Attributing three new models – the 1299 Panigale, Multistrada 1200 and Scrambler lineup – Ducati North America June sales are up 106 percent, the Bologna-based manufacturer reported Thursday.

Ducati reports that during the month of June 2015, 1,981 motorcycle were sold – the most of any month in the the history of Ducati North America. But there’s more; Ducati also says that 6,961 motorcycles were sold from January through June, marking the most successful first-half of any year to date. The six-month period was up 12 percent over the same period of 2014.

”This record is the result of the hard work and dedication of the entire Ducati organization and our network of dealer partners who strive to deliver the most premium motorcycle ownership experience imaginable to our customers,” said Dominique Cheraki, CEO of Ducati North America.

“This commitment is reflected in the world-class design, technology, performance and quality of our products as well as the premium level of customer service.”

This news arrives after Ducati Motor Holding posted a worldwide sales increase of 22 percent for the first half of the year. Ducati says through June 2015, worldwide Ducati sales increased 22 percent over the first-half of 2014. All together, 32,600 Ducati motorcycles were sold. Leading the group was the Scrambler with 9,000 units sold. This was followed by the Multistrada 1200 (4,700 units sold); Monster 821 (3,700 sold) and Panigale 1299 models (over 3,000 sold).

Due to the performance, North America has solidified its position as Ducati’s strongest global market. Ducati says with customer orders still to be fulfilled, Ducati is poised to maintain this momentum throughout 2015.

Read more about Cheraki before he took over as CEO of Ducati North America.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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