Honda Amaze racks up 30,000 sales

    The Amaze compact saloon becomes the fastest of any of Honda's models to touch 30,000 units.

    Published On Sep 02, 2013 03:30:00 PM


    Honda Amaze racks up 30,000 sales

    Honda India has announced that it has achieved a new sales milestone with the delivery of 30,000 Amaze compact saloons in the country. The carmaker claims that the new Honda Amaze is the fastest of any of its models to clock 30,000 sales in the company’s history in India. 

    Speaking of the milestone, Jnaneswar Sen, senior vice president, marketing and sales, Honda Cars India, said, “The Honda Amaze was conceptualised, produced and marketed as a family car for the evolving 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 saloon in India.”

    The carmaker has also stated that it intends on strengthening its existing dealership network and wants to tap into newer markets to cater to a wider customer base in India. It currently has a sales and distribution network of 154 facilities in 98 cities and is further strengthening its after sales network in tier II and tier III cities to 162 outlets in 102 cities during 2013 – 14.

    Copyright (c) Autocar India. All rights reserved.



    No comments yet. Be the first to comment.

    Ask Autocar Anything about Car and Bike Buying and Maintenance Advices
    Need an expert opinion on your car and bike related queries?
    Ask Now

    Search By Car Price

    Poll of the month

    Tata is considering separate showrooms for EVs, do you think all carmakers should do this?

    Yes, EV buyers have distinct needs



    Yes, it shows a strong commitment to EVs



    No, splitting showrooms creates inconvenience



    No, it will dilute the brand



    Total Votes : 543
    Sign up for our newsletter

    Get all the latest updates from the automobile universe