Husqvarna has reported their record-breaking sales figure for 2017.
The Swedish bike manufacturer reported a 20% increase in sales revenue with 36,883 units sold.
The total number of units sold last year translates to a turnover of €250 million (around RM1.2 billion).
Husqvarna is proud to announce that their motorcycle sales figure has hit a record-breaking high for 2017. This is the fourth straight year that the Swedish bike manufacturer has celebrated a major comeback ever since being taken over by Austrian bike manufacturing giants, KTM.
When it comes down to the number, Husqvarna has sold a total of 36,883 units back in 2017 which is a considerable rise compared to the previous year. How much? According to Husqvarna, it is about 20% increase in sales revenue and that is indeed a massive raise for any manufacturer around the globe.
The total number of units sold last year translates to a turnover of €250 million (around RM1.2 billion). That is quite impressive for what many consider as a small time manufacturer in this day and age compared to other big-time players in the market. With a new direction and models heading the rest of the world, be on a lookout for the brand because they too are ready for global domination.
The fact that India is going to start producing Husqvarna street bikes by 2020 is a huge indicator of the rise and demand for Husqvarna not just in Europe but other continents as well. Thanks to KTM who shared their newfound technology such as two-stroke fuel-injection and a few others, we would just have to wait for models like the Vitpilen and Svartpilen to reach our shores.