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Passenger car manufacturer Honda Cars India Limited (HCIL) registered a 19 per cent growth in sales at 1,17,322 units in the April-November period in 2017, a company official said today.
During the corresponding period in 2016, the company sold 98,451 units, and with aggressive plans the company will have six big car launches in next three years, Rakesh Sidana, company's AVP and Operating Head, told reporters here.
Led by strong sales of two models New Honda City and Honda WR-V - launched this year, the company has emerged as the largest market for Honda in its Asia and Ocenia business region.
Replying to a question on companys plan on introducing hybrid electric vehicles, he said that if government presents its year 2030 work plan for hybrid electric vehicles then the company is ready to support the call.
He said that hybrid electric vehicles will reduce pollution, forex reserve and will be beneficial for customers as well.
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