Honda clocks its fastest 30,000 sales in India with Amaze

Honda Cars India tastes the new rampage of success with the launch of Amaze here. But more importantly it’s their new and fresh, the first-timer “1.5L i-DTEC diesel engine” that debuted on our shores to make its way best to gain all the brims of oil-burner’s glory in the basket.

However, earlier we reported about some 22,000 astonishing number of sales that the Japanese carmaker had achieved in just a span of few days from the launch. Now news came pinning that Honda Amaze had clocked sales of 30,000 units since the roll-out, which took place in April.

With such realistic sales number on the balance sheet, Honda Cars India experienced growth of organizational sales by 65 per cent in April-July 2013 duration, and helped the badge to grab 12.84% market share in the compact car segment of India.

“We are ecstatic with the overwhelming response received for Amaze since the launch and are delighted having delivered 30,000 Honda Amaze to our customers. Honda Amaze was developed following extensive surveys in India on customer’s needs and requirements setting new benchmarks in the industry in terms of design, packaging, cabin comfort, and fuel-efficiency. Aggressive localization of more than 90 percent in Honda Amaze has helped us price the Amaze competitively. We are very happy that Honda Amaze has created a fresh excitement in the car market and is being appreciated as customer’s proud, easy-to-use and most comfortable sedan,” said Jnaneswar Sen, senior vice-president, marketing and sales.

Honda Amaze
The purpose of posting this news on pour blog is to made you inform, “With the sales of 30,000 Honda Amaze during the above mentioned period, Japanese carmaker managed to clock ‘the fastest 30,000 sales’ in their history of India,” which sounds astonishing for them. And for meeting the ever-increasing demand Amaze will now also be produced at the Greater Noida plant of company from November 2013.

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