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Honda Resumes Two-Wheeler Production in a Phased Manner

Written by Nayak

Honda 2Wheelers India announces the recommencement of its business in a staggered manner. The company mentioned that the production at its plants in Manesar (Haryana), Vithalapur (Gujarat) and Tapukara (Rajasthan) is now in progress. The company also mentioned that it would support the authorized dealers who were under complete lockdown.

In this initiative, Honda 2wheelers India will bear the total interest cost of the dealer’s inventory in this lockdown period of 30 days or more. The Covid-19 cases in the country are also witnessing a downward trend, and we expect the situation will get better in the coming weeks. But, Honda 2Wheelers will remain vigilant of the problem and will alter decisions if required.

Honda 2Wheelers Extends Support To Its Customers

The company had recently announced the extension of warranty and free vehicle services. The customers of Honda 2Wheelers whose free service and warranty expired between 1st April 2021 and 31st May 2021 can now avail of these benefits until 31st July 2021. This decision will provide some peace of mind for the customers in these uncertain times. Along with this, Honda 2Wheelers is also taking steps to safeguard its working personnel. All the Honda 2Wheelers India office associates are currently working in Work-From-Home mode. This step ensures that the customers get all the necessary services even in this lockdown situation.

Honda 2Wheelers Adds More Customers Under Its Network

Activa has always been a top-seller in Honda’s portfolio for the past 20 years and continues to be so. In recent years, Honda 2Wheelers India is becoming increasingly popular in the motorcycle segment as well. Products like Honda Shine and SP125 are helping in increasing the market share of Japanese motorcycle maker.

The company is the first choice of over 1.5 crore people in South India and 70 lakh people in the North Indian market. Honda 2Wheelers will soon have a new Overseas Business unit in India, which will help fulfil its export target. Under the ‘Making in India for the World’ initiative, Honda aims to make India the Global Export HUB.

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