Hatchbacks, including the Brio and Jazz, contributed just about 10% to the company’s domestic sales around September 2018. Having failed to garner meaningful volumes of small hatchbacks, Honda Cars India has decided to stay away from the segment. It has already stopped selling its entry-level hatchback Brio in the country. Rajesh Goel, senior VP & director — sales and marketing, said HCIL is banking on recent trends which show sedans are the best selling cars in India. “Our entry car for the near future is going to be Amaze and in the mid term we don’t intend to get […]
Honda to bid adieu to hatchbacks in India, say will focus on Amaze
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