Car-maker Honda Siel Cars India (HSCI) reported an 82.86 per cent increase in its sales for February at 8,856 units.
The company, which is a joint venture between Japanese auto major Honda and the Siel Group, had sold 4,843 units in the same month last year, HSCI said in a statement.
“With normal production resuming in our Greater Noida plant from middle of last month, we are working towards normalising the supplies and cater to the growing demand of our cars,” HSCI Senior Vice-President (Sales and Marketing) Jnaneswar Sen said.
The Brio and the new City have received a good response from the market and the company is positive that the growth momentum will continue in the coming months with increased demand for all its products, he added.
During the month, the company sold 6,052 units of its flagship sedan City and 2,046 units of its small car Brio. It also sold 356 units of the premium hatchback Jazz and 208 units of sedan Civic.
Besides, HSCI sold 94 units of the premium sedan Accord and 100 units of sports utility vehicle CR-V in February 2012.