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Honda registers 88pc growth in September

New Delhi, Oct 1 : Honda Cars India Ltd. (HCIL), leading manufacturer of premium cars in India, reported a sales growth of 88pc during September 2013 by selling 10,354 units as against 5,508 units sold during the corresponding month in 2012.


The company sold 59,617 units and posted a cumulative growth of 68pc in the April-Sept 2013 period as against 35,440 units sold during the same period last year.

HCIL also exported a total volume of 701 units in September 2013.

Commenting on the company's performance, JnaneswarSen, Sr. Vice President - Marketing and Sales, Honda Cars India Ltd., said, "Honda Cars has outperformed despite a consistent slump in the demand of passenger cars over the past 8 months.

"We are happy to see the huge demand for the Honda Amaze and Brio. The sales figures have set a positive tone for the upcoming festive season."

"And to add fresh excitement during the festive season, we have introduced the 'Exclusive' edition of Honda Brio with all-black interiors and attractive accessories and are confident that this new sporty and youthful look of the car will appeal to our customers" he added.

--IBNS (Posted on 02-10-2013)

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