GURUGRAM: Honda 2Wheelers India today celebrated its latest milestone of delighting customers in India and the world.
Honda 2Wheelers India’s cumulative exports have now breached the 25 lakh units’ mark in its 19th year of operations!
Journey to 25 lac cumulative exports!
Honda 2Wheelers India started exports from India in 2001 with its debut model Activa.
In 2015, Honda’s cumulative exports crossed the historic 10 lac mark in its 15th year of operations.
Over the years, backed by fast product portfolio expansion, Honda 2Wheelers India got additional exports allocation by Honda Motor Co. (Japan). As a result, Honda added the next 15 lac units to its cumulative exports in only 5 years, which is more than double the earlier speed.
Commenting on the sales milestone, Mr. Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Senior Vice President – Sales and Marketing, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. said, “Since beginning, Honda has delighted over 25 lac two-wheeler customers through our exports. We are proud to be the No. 1 scooter exporter from India. With an eye on 2020, Honda 2Wheelers India aims to further consolidate its No. 1 position in Honda’s global motorcycle business while unlocking the next chapter of exports growth in the BS-VI era.”
Honda 2Wheeler India – Landmarks in this Journey:
Honda 2Wheeler India now delights over 25 lac customers in 26 diverse export markets with its export portfolio of 18 two-wheeler models.
Parallely, Honda continues to drive scooterization in India and the World as No. 1 scooter exporter of India. Dio – the most preferred moto-scooter by the youth in Sri Lanka, Mexico, Colombia, Nepal etc. continues to reign as No. 1 exported scooter from India. (both data source – SIAM december’19 report). Gaining immense popularity among youth, the FUNtastic NAVi too is now No. 1 selling two-wheeler model of Guatemala.
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