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Honda Cars India Ltd. (HCIL) sold 29,127 units during the first quarter of FY 2013-14 as against 20,076 units sold during the same period last year, recording a growth of 45%. The credit completely belongs to the excellent sales figures of Amaze.

For the month of June 2013, 4965 units of Amaze were sold, taking the tally to 15853 units since its launch in April. It is interesting to witness that now the 53.40% of Honda sales is coming from Amaze. The total sales of Honda for the month of June 2013 is  9,297 units as against 2,667 units sold during June 2012. They also exported a total volume of 761 units during June 2013.

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  1. What about Nissan ??? . I still don’t understand what’s taking them so long to get in the game. a good Jap Brand , good quality but something went wrong ? What is it they (Hover) are not doing right ?

  2. Go Honda Go!!!

    Puneet Dobriyal
    Principal Consultant, Supply Chain Services

  3. Present economic & political scenario is needs to be revamped to achieve the projected value automobile manufacturers are to be protected by government to overcome the present scenario.

    Ranjan Srivastava,
    Head – Service Division

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