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Honda becomes 1st choice of 20 lakh families in West Bengal

Written by Nayak

Honda is now the first choice of 20 Lac families in West Bengal. The two-wheeler maker recently posted its 20 lac sales mark in the state. This sales volume also indicated the overwhelmingly positive response of the customers towards the brand. However, the journey has been quite a roller coaster ride. Honda entered the Indian market back in 2001 with the Activa. Then for the next 17 years, Honda added its first 10 lac customers in the eastern states. Now, the company has added 10 lac customers in just 5 years, which is quite remarkable. Honda also mentioned that Activa 6G and Shine lead the two-wheeler demand in West Bengal. This is also the case in different states.

Key Highlights Of Honda In West Bengal

To keep up with the demand, Honda has a total of 270+ touchpoints. These include dealerships, authorised service centres and best deal outlets in the state. These facilities offer a top-notch service experience for their customers. To add to the convenience, customers can also visit Honda’s official website to book their choice of product from the comfort of their homes.

Honda currently offers Activa 6G, Activa 125, Dio and Grazia 125 in the scooter segment. Meanwhile, in the motorcycle segment, customers can choose from a wide range of options. This includes 110cc (CD 110 Dream and Livo), 125cc (SP125 and Shine), 160cc (X-Blade and Unicorn) and 180-200cc (Hornet 2.0 and CB200X) segments.

The brand also inaugurated two Skill Enhancement Centres in Kolkata and Asansol, taking forward Honda’s quest for zero road accidents. This centre will empower local youth with job-oriented technical skill training. Moreover, the brand has provided road safety awareness to more than 1.5 lac citizens through regular training at schools, colleges and corporates. In the past 2 decades, Honda has done enough to spread awareness of road safety across the country.

Also Read: Honda & Delhi Traffic Police start Road Safety Summer Camp for students in Delhi.