According to the data released by Honda Cars, the company has sold 7,187 units in February 2022, which has been quite difficult for February 2022. This decline can be seen on a comparison of Month-on-Month and Year-on-Year. Last year in February 2021, 9,324 units were sold.
This year the company’s sales have seen a decline of 22.92 percent and the company has sold less than 2,137 units of vehicles. If we look at the month-on-month sales, in January 2022, the company had sold 10,427 units. The company’s sales fell by 31.07 per cent as 3,240 units were sold less in February 2022.
However, the year-on-year exports have improved in the last month. The exports on a year-on-year basis stood at 2,337 units, an increase from 987 units to 1,350 units. The company has registered a growth of three digits. Month-on-month exports have risen above 1,722 units. Volume Profit stood at 615 units with a growth of 35.71 per cent.
Total sales declined to 9,524 units from 10,311 units in February 2022. Volume loss was down 7.63 per cent to 787 units. Month-on-month total sales fell from 12,149 units at a volume loss of 2,625 units. The decline in sales was 21.61 per cent.
Yuichi Murata, Director, Marketing and Sales, Honda Cars India Ltd said, “We are seeing an improvement in consumer sentiment as the COVID-stance eases and markets open up. That is positive for the industry.”
He further added that “on the supply side, chip shortages continued to impact our production and dispatch in February 2022. We expect the situation to improve in the future, so that we can more effectively meet market demand.” can.”
Let us tell you that recently the global crash testing agency Global NCAP has crash tested the Honda City (4th generation) and Honda Jazz, in which the performance of both the cars was better. Global NCAP did a crash test at a speed of 64 km/h.
Scored four stars in terms of adult protection for Honda City and Honda Jazz. In child protection, Honda City scored four stars, while Honda Jazz scored three stars. Global NCAP selected the entry level models of both the cars for testing.
Due to the absence of ISOFIX child protection on the Honda Jazz, it lagged behind the City by one star in child safety ratings. The Honda Jazz also lacked a three point seat bet on the rear seat. However, in terms of stability, the performance of both the models was much better.
Let us tell you that Global NCAP has also crash tested the Indian models of Nissan Magnite and Renault Kiger, in which both the cars performed well. Both the cars managed to achieve 4-star rating in terms of safety.