With the easing out of BS III
vehicles in the country, Yamaha has registered a growth of 27% in domestic
sales (including Nepal) during March 2017 as compared to the corresponding
period last year.
The company clocked domestic
sales of 76144 units (including Nepal) in 2017 compared to 60032 units
(including Nepal) in 2016 thereby registering a domestic sales growth of 27%.
The company had recently
launched the 249 cc Mid-class Street Fighter motorcycle ‘FZ 25’ in India to
further boost its share in the premium segment.
Yamaha has also launched its
new Bharat Stage IV (BS IV) variants of motorcycles and scooters. The newly
launched variants also meet the energy efficiency standards and come in new
vibrant colours with added features including AHO (Auto Headlamp-On).
Commenting on the company’s
sustained growth, Roy Kurian, Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Yamaha
Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd. said, “March 2017 was challenging as automobile
sector in India had to offload BS III inventory which was re-affirmed by
Supreme Court’s decision towards the closing. Yamaha however, has managed it
well and logged in a decent growth for this month...The company is en route to
achieve 1 million in 2017 as well.....”
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