Porsche second-quarter 2020 USA retail sales figures exhibited lingering effects of the COVID-19 scourge. Porsche Cars North America (PCNA) reported these numbers recently. PCNA encompasses 192 independently owned and operated dealerships serving Porsche customers across the country.
PCNA President and CEO Klaus Zellmer extolled, “Our dealer partners have gone above and beyond and displayed a high level of agility to ensure customers’ safety and mobility at a very challenging time.”
In the thick of the pandemic, all dealers reported delivering a total of 12,192 vehicles during the second quarter, in April, June and July.
An average of 4,064 units per month, this represented a downturn of about 20 percent this Q2 2020 when compared to exceptionally robust sales of 15,233 units during Q2 2019; U.S. Porsche dealers delivered an all-time-high average of about 5,078 vehicles per month that quarter.
“May and June witnessed a rebound of customer demand from April, and record Certified Pre-Owned sales in June are another indicator of sustained passion for Porsche,” Mr. Zellmer stated.
Indeed, Porsche Approved Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) sales in the United States tallied in at 6,706 vehicles from April through June, up 8.1 percent from the same period last year.
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