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Honda Cars India Ltd Friday reported 38.70 per cent increase in its domestic sales at 11,214 units for October 2013.
The company had sold 8,085 units in the same month last year, Honda Cars India Ltd (HCIL) said in a statement.
During October, the company sold 31 units of its sedan City and 1,472 units of small car Brio. It also sold 60 units of premium sedan Accord.
Besides, HCIL sold 9,564 units of its latest sedan Amaze last month.
The company sold 87 units of its sports utility vehicle vehicle CR-V in October 2013. In addition to these sales, the company also exported a total of 365 units during October 2013.
Commenting on the numbers, HCIL Senior Vice President (Marketing and Sales) Jnaneswar Sen said: "On the happy occasion of Diwali, we would like to thank our customers for making Amaze as the best selling model for HCIL which has registered its highest monthly sales of 9,564 units during October 2013.
"Adding to the excitement of this festive season and to offer greater convenience to our customers, HCIL is starting 3rd shift for production in our Greater Noida plant from this month to reduce waiting period and aid in quick delivery of cars."