Honda Cars India sales up 8.7 per cent at 18,950 units in March

New Delhi: Honda Cars India Ltd (HCIL) today reported an 8.7 per cent increase in domestic sales at 18,950 units in March. The company had sold 17,430 units in the same month last year, HCIL said in a statement.

Last month, the company sold 540 units of small car Brio, 3,527 units of premium hatchback Jazz, 3,296 units of compact sedan Amaze and 6,271 units of mid-sized sedan City.

The company also sold 3,833 units of its new compact sports utility vehicle (SUV) WR-V. Besides, it sold 1,436 units of SUV BR-V.

The company also sold 19 units of SUV CR-V and 28 units of Accord Hybrid during the last month. In addition, it exported a total of 145 units during the

month under review.

Commenting on the sales performance, HCIL President and CEO Yoichiro Ueno said: "Strong sales momentum for our latest offerings in the market, new Honda City 2017 and Honda WR-V, helped us achieve good sales result during March 2017."

"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," he added.

Shoot

Trending News

70% of mobile phones buyers in India opt for non-cash payments

Amazon India expects groceries & household products to account for 50% of business in 5 yrs

India to come out with a E-commerce policy framework in 6 months

Online learning platform Career Anna raises Rs 3 Cr funding

Wal-Mart will offer to buy up to 86% of Flipkart

TCS scripts history, becomes first Indian company to hit $100 billion market cap

Online beauty retailer Nykaa raises Rs 75 Cr funding

Zendesk witnesses growing signups from traditional businesses in India

Amazon is defined by billions; median salary is $28,446

Facebook has no plans to bring digital payments through Messenger app in India as yet: Sources

Urban Ladder draws up Rs 130 crore house expansion plan for 2018

Digital drives up TCS' business in the fourth quarter

True Balance raises $23 million in bridge round

Indian-origin entrepreneur's crypto company under SEC scanner for securities violations

MakeMyTrip deals may be available on Flipkart soon

Tencent looks for early-stage startup bets, likely to invest $5-15M

Agritech startups Sabziwala and LivLush merge their business under new entity Kamatan

Avail Finance lands $17.2M from Matrix Partners & Ola, Freecharge and Flipkart founders

RBI suggests tax sops, self-regulation to build fintech space

Swiggy hires new CEO for its Access Service, gets new CFO

Logistics company Delhivery registers 44% increase in FY17 revenues

WeWork to acquire one of the oldest social networks, Meetup

Qualcomm rejects Broadcom's $103 billion offer

EasyRewardz gets $2 million Series-A funding

'Anemic' iPhone 8 demand drags Apple shares lower

Lending platform Lenden Club gets Rs 3.5cr in Equity Investment

On festive sales, Flipkart says 65% clients from Tier-II cities