Honda Cars India domestic sales up 8.7% in March 2017

Updated Sep 28, 2020 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

Honda Cars India Ltd. (HCIL), a leading auto maker in Indian, sold out 18,950 vehicles in March this year.

According to a report by HCIL, their domestic sales increased 8.7 per cent at 18,950 units in March 2017 against 17,430 units in the corresponding month last year.

Last month, HCIL found owners for 540 units of small-sized Brio, 3,527 units of premium hatchback Jazz, 3,296 units of compact sedan Amaze and 6,271 units of mid-sized sedan City.

Apart from that, 3,833 units of new small-sized SUV WR-V and 1,436 units of SUV BR-V also significantly contributed to this sales growth.

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Honda Accord Hybrid

Only 28 units of Accord Hybrid was sold in March 2017.

Regarding the CR-V, only 19 units were sold. The Accord Hybrid was also in the same situation with 28 units sold.

Moreover, HCIL also exported 145 Honda units during month surveyed.

"Strong sales momentum for our latest offerings in the market, the new Honda City 2017 and the Honda WR-V, helped us achieve good sales result during March 2017. We are thankful to our customers for their support to Honda.” said Mr. Yoichiro Uneno – HCIL President and CEO when commenting on the company’s considerable sales growth in March.
Mr. Yoichiro Uneno

Mr. Yoichiro Uneno – HCIL President and CEO

Besides, he added: “As we enter into the new fiscal year, we are confident of a strong show in 2017-18 with a robust product-portfolio and good demand from the market.”