Honda cars begins sales operations in India amid coronavirus lockdown
New Delhi : With the opening of dealerships in orange and green zones, the car makers have started their sales operations in India. Like several other carmakers in India, Honda has also resumed its operations at across 155 dealerships across the country.
The company has taken all the necessary permissions from the required departments to resume their operations. Safety being the paramount in these times, Honda is closely working with all dealerships to ensure that all the precautions are taken at dealership level to prevent the spread of the novel Coronavirus.
Rajesh Goel, Senior Vice President and Director, Sales and Marketing, Honda Cars India Ltd said, "With the gradual opening of dealerships in coming days, our objective is to reignite the joy of buying for our customers at a time when personal mobility will gain extreme significance. The dealerships will increasingly be able to focus on servicing vehicles being used by essential service staff like doctors as also for breakdown vehicles."
It has also given specific guidelines regarding entry into dealership facility, pre-sales customer test drives, sales activity, receiving cars for service, road tests, shop floor handling and delivering the car back to the customer. Honda Cars India has also resumed production at its Tapukara plant and is waiting for approval for the Noida plant to restart.