Insider info: ATV sales 2019 vs 2018

Comparing year-to-year ATV sales from 2018 to 2019

ATVs ride near Revelstoke.

ATVing near Revelstoke, B.C. — Photo courtesy Glacier Mountain Resort

Canada Now! has released its October retail sales report and ATV sales are down in Western Canada. Here’s the report:

October ATV sales were fairly flat with a minor decrease of 2.1% in comparison to the same month in 2018. This represents a sales loss of 82 units across the country. The four western provinces all had double digit losses. Almost all of the eastern provinces showed good gains over October 2018. PEI sales were up almost 90% in October, proving that a good association can make a difference. Good work PEIATV. ATV YTD sales remain just shy of 2018 sales with a 0.78% shortfall.

A graph of ATV sales.

Although sales throughout Canada were similar in 2018 and 2019, Western Canada has been slipping. — Photo courtesy Canada Now!


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