HISUN invests in its people, bringing over 200 years of powersports expertise.
Baker is a certified master technician who has served on HISUN’s mobile tech-support team.
As the offroad industry continues to see incredible growth, consumer demand is at an all-time high, putting vehicle manufacturers at the forefront. Amongst these manufacturers, HISUN has taken aim at delivering a robust, purpose-built lineup. The Texas-based company continues to make strides in design and aesthetics while delivering high value, quality craftsmanship and durability to
With the pandemic releasing pent-up demand on the powersports industry in the past 16 months, manufacturers have been scrambling to keep up. The Motorcycle Industry Council has reported that sales on new units are way up – nearly 50% in some segments. But supply has been a challenge. As the country starts to turn the
Hisun has been on an upward trajectory lately as the company retools for the future. To that end, the company recently brought on some industry veterans to fill key positions as it gears up for growth. We asked the team members what brought them to Hisun and what they liked most about their new environment.
With zero local emission, the Hisun Sector E1 is precision-tuned for a whisper-quiet ride with the same performance you can expect from a Hisun machine.
Hisun is asking for your help to decide what Camo print will be featured on UTV models in 2019.
“This commitment between Dealer Direct and Hisun allows us the opportunity to align our dealers with the proper tools and give the consumer an opportunity to experience our products at their fullest potential,” said Larry Vandiver, national sales manager of Hisun Motors Corp.
In the late 1980s, the doors were opened at the Hisun Motors Corporation global headquarters in Chongqing, China. Rapid growth and expansion has since helped build a 7.1 million-square-foot facility with more than 2,500 employees worldwide.
The Encore Wire Award is presented to a business that has existed in McKinney, Texas for at least three years and has a measurable expansion of square footage, number of employees or product lines.
In 2008, the number of UTVs sold in the U.S. was around 270,000 units before the financial crisis took hold. In 2016, that number had grown to just under 411,000!
The 2017 Dallas 100 rankings are based on the percentage increase in sales and absolute dollar growth between 2014 and 2016.