The maker of City and Amaze also exported 1,997 units last month.
The company had dispatched 9,324 units to dealers in the domestic market during February 2021
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The automaker noted that hybrid technology is currently best suited for Indian conditions as it is not dependent on external charging infrastructure.
Most sub-4m sedans saw their sales drop in August 2019
Most sub-4 metre sedans can be had without a wait while some automatic variants can take up to 3 months to arrive
The new 'Honda City e:HEV' will be launched early next month. It is being manufactured at the company's manufacturing facility at Tapukara in Rajasthan.
The Ameo GT Line is based on the Highline Plus diesel-automatic variant
Hyundai’s latest sub-4m sedan could get a new name too
Prices will be hiked up to Rs 1.2 per cent on various models in Honda India’s lineup
Honda’s sub-compact sedan gets blacked out exterior accessories for a sporty look
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The body shell of the Honda Amaze has been deemed stable by the Global NCAP authorities, in the event of a crash
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The segment leader, Maruti Suzuki Dzire, attracts a maximum waiting period of three months
The HR-V will be a 5-seater SUV, unlike the Mobilio-based (Mobilio is discontinued) BR-V that can seat seven
The BR-V gets the most benefits; Brio still in stock while Amaze gets benefits on ownership costs
Which of these petrol-engined sub-4 metre sedans offer the most bang for your buck? Literally
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Honda’s best-selling model, the Amaze, now commands a waiting period of up to one month in Patna
With BSVI emission norms looming large, various carmakers have decided to axe their diesel engines. But not Honda. Here’s why
Honda will start upgrading its cars for stricter BSVI emission norms starting Jan 2020
After skipping a generation, Honda will relaunch the Civic in India in its midlife refreshed tenth-gen avatar with both petrol and diesel engine options
Honda’s Swift-rival will bid adieu and is unlikely to return to the Indian market
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