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This thread is just a one stop place to track monthly sales of the CRZ.

I will try to update these numbers each month. Red means a drop from previous month. Green means rise from previous month.

2010
August - 694 (7 selling days)
September - 1236
October - 1419
November - 1024
December - 876
Total sold during 2010: 5,249

2011
January - 894
February - 1091
March - 1,685
April - 1,819
May. - 1557
June - 996
July - 878
August - 745
September - 537
October - 289
November - 305
December - 564
TOTAL sold during 2011: 11,360

2012
January - 363
February - 466
March - 536
April - 334
May - 296
June - 409
July - 330
August - 392
September - 335
October - 244
November - 244
December - 243
Total CRZs sold during 2012: 4,192

2013
January - 358
February - 381
March - 451
April - 405
May - 427
June - 393
July - 384
August - 483
September - 264
October - 325
November - 295
December - 384
Total CRZs sold during 2013: 4,550

2014
January - 267
February - 318
March - 354
April - 369
May - 389
June - 302
July - 356
August - 342
September - 248
October - 205
November - 188
December - 224
Total CRZs sold during 2014: 3,562

2015
January - 196
February - 175
March - 255
April - 216
Total CRZs sold during 2015: 842




TOTAL CRZs sold since introduction: 29,755
 

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I think the slow sales are linked to the supply, at least here in DFW.

That's starting to ease - cars are on lots now, finally - so maybe that will change.

And I absolutely think the hellish gas prices will help!
 

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Gas prices, graduations and people getting tax returns back will all help. A rise in car sales is standard across the board is standard this time of year. What I will be interested to see is how car sales will be effected with new models being introduced this spring with Ford, Fiat, Scion, Mazda, and Nissan.
 

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I agree that the surge in gas prices should result in some increased demand for the CRZ.

But it should be noted that at the current sales rate, there is a more than 4 month supply of CRZs sitting on dealer lots today. For all other Honda models, the unsold inventory ranges from 1 month to 2.5 months supply. Sales will have to pick up significantly for the CRZ in order to sell off the excess inventory.

I predict that some kind of sales incentives will be coming should CRZ sales not hit 1500+ in the next couple months.
 

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I was also part of those Feb numbers.

Anyways, It looks to me like the CRZ is now on the way out of a fairly predictable sales lull during the coldest winter months.
 
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