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Honda records 87 per cent growth in November 2012

by Team ZigWheels Posted on 04 Dec 20122,228 Views Comments

Honda has recorded an 87 per cent growth in sales during November 2012 compared to the corresponding period in 2011. From April to November 2012 the Japanese car maker registered a sales growth of 49 per cent on a Y-o-Y basis

 

Honda Brio

 

 

Honda Cars India has, in the face of general market sentiment, recorded a whopping 87 per cent increase in sales for November 2012, with 3,711 cars sold compared to 1,982 cars sold in November 2011. 

 

Of the 3,711 cars sold, 326 cars were exported. This is significant considering Honda does not have a diesel car in India, where a 47 per cent passenger vehicle market share is accounted for by diesels. 

 

From April to November 2012 Honda sold 47,236 units in India compared to 31,669 units in 2011, adding up to a 49 per cent growth. The Brio accounted for more than half of its sales while the City now available with a CNG option came in second. 

 

Honda’s reliability, quality and performance have given it a strong foothold and its 1.5-litre diesel engine is sure to set sales charts on fire when it arrives in India.

 

Here is the break-up for the cars sold by Honda in India during November 2012;

 

Brio: 2199

Jazz: 186

City: 1218

Civic: 72

Accord: 36

 

 

Also read: Honda Amaze : Special Coverage 

 

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