Husqvarna has been experiencing quite the bumper crop in sales figures since the brand was acquired by PIERER Mobility AG back in 2013 – and according to a new report, this year has them selling the most Huskie units in nearly 120 years.
The report from Superbike News states that a total of 60,801 bikes were sold in 2021, bringing the number of units bought since PIERER Mobility AG’s acquisition up to 300,00 units.
That’s a lot of Huskies – further bumped by the launch of the Norden 901 and Svartpilen 125 last year.
On top of the top-notch popularity for their bikes, Husqvarna’s been kicking ass in the competitions sector – a total of 108 titles garnered, the most recent being Billy Bolt’s crowning as 2022 FIM SuperEnduro World Champion.
We have a further breakdown of sales from Motorcycles Data:
Husqvarna Sales Skyrocketing for 2021:
Colombia (+266.5%) *Husqvarna also awarded best performer brand at regional level*
Latin America (+89.5%)
Europe East (+28.3%)
Husqvarna Sales Struggling for 2021:
Pacific Area (-32.7%)
North America and Europe (-7.3%)
A hearty congrats to Huskie from wBW – we can’t wait to see what this means for the brand’s next season, let alone the sales figures once the brand leans heavier on the EV side of things.
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