Bhubaneswar: Backed by a successful festival season, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India today announced its sales numbers for November 2022.
The company’s total sales for the month of November’22 stood at 373,221. This includes domestic sales of 353,540 units and 19,681 units in exports.
Noteworthy, the domestic sales for the month registered 38% growth over last year same period which stood at units 256,174.
Commenting on Honda’s growth in November, Mr. Atsushi Ogata, Managing Director, President & CEO, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India said, “After a successful festival season, HMSI continues to witness consistent demand in the market. There is now a growing need of mobility in urban India as offices, institutions open-up and more and more people venture out. The industry has been witnessing steady growth momentum and we are on a constant lookout to fulfil the needs of our customers. With the intent to delight our customers, we are constantly expanding our last mile presence with the inauguration of new outlets across India.”
Key Highlights of November 2022:
- Corporate: Winning the love & trust of its customers rapidly over the years in India’s most populated state of Uttar Pradesh, HMSI announced that its cumulative two-wheeler sales crossed the 40 lac units’ mark in the state.
- Honda BigWing Network Expansion: Honda further elevated the #GoRidin spirit with the inauguration of BigWing Outlets in Bangalore (Karnataka) and Hubbali (Karnataka).
- Road Safety: HMSI celebrated 8th anniversary of its Traffic Training Park in Delhi, educating more than 1.70 lac people of Delhi on road safety since inception. Parallelly, HMSI organized awareness camps in Guwahati (Assam), Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh), Bhilwara (Rajasthan) and Kurukshetra (Haryana).
- Motorsports: Making a significant mark on international soil, the IDEMITSU Honda Racing India – a solo Indian team in FIM Asia Road Racing Championship (ARRC) finished the 2022 season on a positive note. India’s ace rider Rajiv Sethu finished the final race of Asia Production 250cc (AP250cc) class of ARRC in top 10. Competing fiercely with the international riders, Senthil Kumar finished today’s race at 14th position, achieving 2 points. A promising weekend in Valencia saw the Repsol Honda Team walk away unrewarded as both riders fell. Both Marc Marquez and Pol Espargaro could not finish the race.