It looks like the bad days are finally over for Honda Cars India Limited (HCIL), as it registers a growth of 38% in April 2017. Honda says there has been an overwhelming customers’ response for the newly launched WR-V and the 2017 City.
The company has received over 25,000 bookings for new City since its launch in mid-February, and 12,000 bookings for WR-V since its launch in mid-March. These two cars have contributed to the domestic sales of 14,480 units in April 2017 against 10,486 units in corresponding month last year, registering a growth of 38.1%. HCIL also exported a total of 442 units in April 2017.
Yoichiro Ueno, President and CEO, HCIL, said, “HCIL sales continue to grow positively and we registered our higher ever April numbers backed by strong demand for New City 2017 and Honda WR-V. The new fiscal year has begun on a positive note and we hope to continue the growth momentum.”
|Model wise sales break-up for April 2017|
HCIL had imported 30 units of Accord Hybrid in March 2017, and sold 28 units in the same month.