Honda 2-Wheelers India has announced the sales of 21,000 units since the re-opening of its network outlets in step wise manner and resuming dispatches this week in the Indian market. The company has also serviced close to 2.50 Lakh two-wheelers at its dealerships and authorized service outlets across India. Currently, 45 percent of dealerships and 30 percent of total touchpoints have reopened post lockdown relaxation in various parts of the country. Honda 2-wheelers has issued a comprehensive dealership operations resumption manual to all its customer touchpoints.
All these outlets are firmly adhering to the guidelines issued by the Government and also ensuring their processes and infrastructure readiness as per comprehensive DORM released by Honda. All Honda dealer showrooms and workshops are adhering to strict safety & health protocols while ensuring social distancing between staff and customers to effectively Break the Chain. Furthermore, the Japanese two-wheeler maker has introduced several attractive retail finance schemes such as upto 100 percent loan to value, low down-payment and savings going upto Rs. 12,000. Parallely, customers can also choose to buy on EMI from a range of 20+ credit and debit cards. Online booking is also available at many of Honda’s dealerships.
Sharing on how Honda is prioritizing customer and staff safety while managing business continuity across its network in these uncertain times, Mr. Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Director – Sales & Marketing, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. said, “In these challenging times, Honda 2Wheelers India is cautiously moving forward synergizing with the new ecosystem. Safeguarding the health & well-being, Honda network is well equipped & geared up to delight customers. With ready availability of six of India’s favorite BSVI products, we are seeing increasing take off in retails by the day. Growing numbers of vehicles reporting at our touch points for servicing is a testimony to customers’ trust & assurance in Honda and our network readiness to serve them while taking care of new hygiene & Social distancing norms.”