Most segments of the Powersport industry rebounded nicely from the early stages of the nationwide shutdown, with all but sportbikes showing a typical seasonal increase in pricing.
In the motorcycle segment, cruisers recovered their steep early spring decline and are now averaging only 1% lower pricing than last year. Sportbikes were not quite as impressive, with no May June rebound. However, average pricing for this segment is still 1.7% ahead of last year.
Side-by-sides looked strong in the May June period, with the utility segment nicely outperforming May June 2019 by 2.8% on average, although still slightly behind 2018 levels. The sport segment continues to bring pricing stronger than in the last two years, 4.3% ahead of 2019 and 1.0% ahead of 2018.
Since enjoying motorcycles and side-by-sides is a mostly solo endeavor, our industry is largely unaffected by the need to social distance. Pricing in the most recent period suggests buyers are eager to get back on the roads and trails.
|55,000 - 75,000|
|39,000 - 54,999|
|10,000 - 20,000|
|5,000 - 9,999|
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