Honda 2Wheelers Registers 15 Lakh Units Sale in Odisha

  • Published On: 21 January 2022
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Honda Activa and Honda Shine becomes the most preferred two-wheeler models in Odisha

Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt Ltd has achieved yet another milestone. The two-wheeler giant’s cumulative sales have crossed the 15 lakh unit mark in Odisha. It has not been an easy journey for Honda. Having said that, it took 15 years for the company to add 5 lakh customers in Odisha. The recent 10 lakh customers joined the Honda family in just six years. 


Honda became the fastest growing two-wheeler brand in the state due to the rising demand for personal mobility. Moving on, Honda Activa and Shine have become the most preferred two-wheeler models in Odisha. Besides these, Honda has a very strong presence across the state with 220 touch points including dealerships, authorized service centers and best deal outlets. 


“We are grateful to our customers in Odisha for their continued love and trust in brand Honda. We remain committed towards providing our customers with quality products & after-sales services closer to their place in the state,” as commented by Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Director – Sales & Marketing, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd.

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Due to the rising Covid-19 cases, customers prefer to enquire about the product or services online. Besides following all the safety guidelines across its dealerships, Honda is available online as well. Now, the customers can directly visit Honda’s official website and enquire about the product by simply clicking on the ‘Book Now’ tab. Furthermore, Honda 2Wheelers India has always tried to create an impact in the lives of the people across the country through CSR, sustainable development, and road safety. The brand inaugurated two Skill Enhancement Centres that further empowers the local youth of Balasore and Cuttack with job oriented technical skill training.

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