India Yamaha Motor Pvt. Ltd.
has registered a growth of 8% in domestic sales (including Nepal) during April
2017 as compared to the corresponding period last year. The company clocked
domestic sales of 68,827 units (including Nepal) in 2017 compared to 63,927
units (including Nepal) in 2016.
Recently, Yamaha launched its all new powerful 249 cc
mid-class Street Fighter motorcycle FZ25 in India at Rs.1,19,500 (Ex showroom
Delhi) to further boost its share in the premium segment.
Roy Kurian, Senior Vice
President, Sales & Marketing, Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd. said, “The
sale numbers bear testimony to Yamaha’s focus in growth, regardless of
circumstantial challenges like what the industry recently confronted with the
ban on BS III inventory. As the company is eyeing to achieve 1 million sales in
2017, it has introduced FZ 25, the macho street bike to cater to the premium
segments that mostly dominates the urban market. On the other hand, the company
will remain vigilant to tier II and tier III markets that could see reasonable
surge in scooter sales.”
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