Honda 2Wheelers India has released its sales report for December 2021. The two-wheeler maker closed the year with a total of 223,621 units of sales in December 2021. This includes 210,612 units for the domestic market and 13,009 units for export.
Key Highlights Of CY 2021
To keep with the competition, Honda introduced a new model in the 180 to 200cc segment in the form of the CB200X. There’s a significant demand in this segment, and with this, Honda aims to attract more customers. In addition to this, Honda 2Wheelers India has also launched a host of special edition models. The top-selling Grazia 125 had recently received its Repsol Honda Team edition. Honda 2wheelers has also launched a premium edition of the Honda 125. In the premium edition, i.e. from 300cc to up to 1800cc, Honda announced a total of 4 brand new models and two new editions. These four new premium products are CBR650R, CB650R, CB500X and CB350RS.
Furthermore, Honda also upgraded the customer favourite Africa Twin and Goldwing models. Africa Twin has been particularly famous in Karnataka. Honda also recently delivered the 100th Africa Twin for the state. And overall, in the country, the count of Africa Twin has crossed 300 units. With the growing demand for digital services, Honda 2Wheelers announces the launch of its BigWing Virtual Showroom. This is the first time that Honda has launched a virtual showroom for its premium category motorcycles.
To celebrate the success of CB300R, Honda 2Wheelers announced the launch of H’ness CB350 Anniversary Edition. The anniversary edition model is available in two colours, namely Pearl Igneous Black and Matt Marshall-Green. In terms of sales milestones, Honda crossed the 1.5 crore customers in North India. And for South India, Honda added 70 lakh customers. For Gujarat, Honda crossed the 50 lakh sales milestone. Meanwhile, for Karnataka and Rajasthan, Honda 2Wheelers crossed 40 lakhs and 20 lakhs, respectively. In Motorsports, Honda put on a great show for the 2021 Dakar Rally. Monster Energy Honda Team won the 2021 Dakar Rally by achieving its first-ever 1-2 finish since 1987.