Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India sells 4,19,395 units in January 2024

This includes domestic sales of 3,82,512 units and 36,883 units exports.

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Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India sells 4,19,395 units in January 2024

Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India has had a good start to the year. During the month, the company’s dispatches stood at 4,19,395 units. This includes domestic sales of 3,82,512 units and 36,883 units exports. The domestic sales for the month registered a 38% YoY growth while the exports saw a significant 102% growth over the same period last year, the company said in a statement.

During the month, HMSI inaugurated a new third assembly line at its fourth two-wheeler plant at Vithalapur, Gujarat, adding a capacity of 6.5 lakh units. The two-wheeler maker launched the all-new ‘NX500’ adventure tourer costing Rs 5,90,000. It also inaugurated a new sales and service Red Wing outlet in Rajkot, Gujarat.

At the Bharat Mobility show 2024 taking place in Delhi currently, the HMSI stall exhibited its first flex-fuel powered motorcycle, designed specifically for the Indian market. This eco-friendly solution aligns with the Indian government’s exploration of alternate fuels and showcases HMSI's expertise in flex-fuel technology. The pre-production model utilises "Flex Tech" Technology, allowing riders to experience reduced environmental impact by using a blend of gasoline and ethanol.

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