California recently became the fifth largest economy in the world, overtaking the United Kingdom. The Golden State also has the highest motorcycle sales in the nation, so it shouldn’t be a surprise that National Powersport Auctions is expanding into the state capital this spring.
“With nearly 1.5 million motorcycles in use in the state, there are more powersports vehicle transactions in California than anywhere in North America, so there was a real need to bring our seventh facility online,” said NPA COO Jim Woodruff. “The Sacramento area is also an ideal gateway to the Pacific Northwest for NPA clients and dealers.”
Given the size of the state and the volume of anticipated business, the new Sacramento operation occupies a 38,000 sq. ft. facility conveniently located near interstate highways for improved efficiency.
“Our transportation and logistics team will now be able to get units from Sacramento to as far north as the Canadian border much more efficiently,” Woodruff added.
Whether it is getting your inventory to auction or having units transported back to your dealership, NPA has its own trucks and partners with its transportation affiliates throughout the United States to simplify the auction transportation process from beginning to end.
“We are here to better serve both buying and selling dealers throughout the entire region,” adds NPA VP of Operations Jeff Kinney. “This location has been a long time coming. We are extremely excited to share our dealer services and add this location for our customers.”
Consignments are being taken now and the first auction is set for March 14, 2019, at the Sacramento facility. In the meantime, check out NPA’s website for the latest inventory updates.