July 2020 sales: Honda 2Wheeler sold 3.09 lakh two-wheelers in India
Honda 2 Wheeler India has announced its July 2020 sales which states of a total dispatch of 3,21,583 units, wherein the domestic two-wheeler numbers are 3,09,332 units. With this, Honda has registered a growth of 53 per cent compared to 2,02,837 two-wheelers sold in June 2020. Additionally, even the exports saw growth as the company has sold 12,251 units in July 2020, up by 52 per cent over 8,042 units exported in June 2020. Honda also mentions July 2020 is the first month post unlock in FY'2020-21 that the company's domestic dispatches crossed the 3 lakh mark and the exports crossed the 10,000 units' level.
"Meeting market demand with safety and increased efficiency, Honda's sales momentum continues to accelerate in the 3 months since resuming operations jumping 400% from 54,000 in May to 2 lac units in June, and now breaching the 3 lac mark. Intermittent regional lockdowns across India slowed down the retail momentum gained in June as the percentage of operational network dropped to 80% in July. With India moving to Unlock 3.0, we are cautiously optimistic of the demand. While the physical inventory level at our dealerships is less than a month's sales, giving us confidence is the growth in new enquiries on back of increasing acceptability of Honda's newly launched BS-VI models with advanced technology & features." commented, Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Director Sales & Marketing, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd
The company recently commenced the bookings for two of its flagship supersport offerings, the 2020 Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade and Fireblade SP. Both these motorcycles are being brought to the country through the Completely Built-up (CBU) route in India. Hond had showcased these motorcycles at EICMA 2019, wherein it was mentioned that this iteration is the most powerful Fireblade made by Honda ever. The deliveries will start from end of August 2020.
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