Garmin's outdoor category managed to increase its sales by 5 percent to $94.7 million in the third quarter, while the entire company's sales were down from $692.4 million to $667.0 million. The decline came basically from Garmin's largest division, automotive, for which the sales dropped by 13 percent to $384.2 million. The operating income in the outdoor segment slipped from $48.2 million to $41.3 million in the same period; the group's overall profit went down from $166.6 million to $147.3 million. The outdoor category improved sales to some extent thanks to the acquisition of Tri-Tronics, which stayed slightly under expectations due to limited availability of new products. The smaller fitness segment was strong with a sales increase of 29 percent to $69.0 million. In the first nine months outdoor sales jumped from $229.6 million to $242.7 million. The overall turnover in the same period dipped slightly to $1,849 million, but Garmin raised its guidance for the full year to $2.6 billion.