Honda Sales Milestone: Company Registers Over 1 Lakh Units In Collective Sales Of BS6 Two-Wheelers

Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India has announced that they have registered collective sales of over 1 lakh units for BS6 versions of the Activa 6G, Activa 125, and SP 125 models.

Honda Sales Milestone: Company Registers Over 1 Lakh Units In Collective Sales Of BS6 Two-Wheelers

Honda claims the engine on the new Activa 125 BS6 models offer a 13 percent increase in efficiency as compared to the BS4 compliant models. The Activa 6G BS6 models and the SP 125 BS6 models offer a 10 percent and 16 percent increase in efficiency, respectively.

Honda Sales Milestone: Company Registers Over 1 Lakh Units In Collective Sales Of BS6 Two-Wheelers

The Japanese two-wheeler giant has been at the forefront of the movement from BS4 to BS6 compliance, and started offering BS6 compliant models over six months in advance of the 1 April deadline.

Honda Sales Milestone: Company Registers Over 1 Lakh Units In Collective Sales Of BS6 Two-Wheelers

Mr Yadvinder Singh Guleria, the Senior Vice President for Sales & Marketing at Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt Ltd said, "Honda is proud to lead BS-VI transition in two-wheeler industry almost 6 months ahead of the deadline."

Honda Sales Milestone: Company Registers Over 1 Lakh Units In Collective Sales Of BS6 Two-Wheelers

"Our advanced technologies like Enhanced Smart Power (ESP), many first-in-segment features like ACG starter motor and significant mileage-up have started #AquietRevolution," he added.

Honda Sales Milestone: Company Registers Over 1 Lakh Units In Collective Sales Of BS6 Two-Wheelers

Honda also offers a six year warranty package across its BS6 offerings making it a two-wheeler industry first. The six year warranty package includes a three year standard warranty and a three year extended warranty (optional).

Honda Sales Milestone: Company Registers Over 1 Lakh Units In Collective Sales Of BS6 Two-Wheelers

The company also has attractive financial packages, and is offering benefits of up to Rs 10,000 across the BS6 models.

Honda Sales Milestone: Company Registers Over 1 Lakh Units In Collective Sales Of BS6 Two-Wheelers

As part of their #AQuietRevolution, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India will manufacture only BS6 compliant two-wheelers going forward. The move from BS4 to BS6 compliance will also see unsuccessful models like the Navi and the Cliq discontinued.

Honda Sales Milestone: Company Registers Over 1 Lakh Units In Collective Sales Of BS6 Two-Wheelers

The company is planning to upgrade is range of Dio scooters and will launch the models shortly. Honda will probably mount the same 109.51cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected petrol engine that is featured on the Activa 6G - something they have done in the past.

Honda Sales Milestone: Company Registers Over 1 Lakh Units In Collective Sales Of BS6 Two-Wheelers

Thoughts About Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Crossing The 1 Lakh Mark For Collective Sales Of BS6 Two Wheelers

Good move Honda! Manufacturers that adopted a move to BS6 compliance definitely have an advantage over those who are still transitioning. Honda has always been at the forefront of the BS6 revolution in the country, and we expect that they continue to be.

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Article Published On: Saturday, January 25, 2020, 11:45 [IST]
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