New Honda Amaze crosses 50,000 sales milestone

    The compact sedan has achieved this milestone five months after its launch, the fastest by a Honda car.

    Published On Oct 22, 2018 05:41:00 PM

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    New Honda Amaze crosses 50,000 sales milestone

    Honda’s all-new Amaze, which had launched earlier this year in May 2018, has crossed the 50,000 sales mark in just five months. This achievement by a new Honda model is a record for the Japanese brand in India.

    Honda has also revealed that 20 percent of buyers are first-timers. The company also claims that 40 percent of sales of the compact sedan are from Tier-I cities, while Tier-II and Tier-III cities accounted for 30 percent each.

    Speaking at the occasion, Honda India’s Director Sales and Marketing, Makoto Hyoda, said that the CVT has been well received with 30 percent customers opting for the automatic variant in both petrol and diesel cars.

    It is worth noting that within the first few months of a launch, sales of new models are usually high. Only time will tell whether the Amaze will be able to sustain these numbers in the highly competitive compact sedan segment.

    Also see:

    2018 Honda Amaze buyer's guide video

    2018 Honda Amaze review, road test

    Honda Amaze sales cross 30,000-unit milestone

    2018 Amaze vs Dzire vs Ameo diesel-automatic comparison

    2018 Amaze vs Dzire vs Ameo comparison video

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