TOKYO, Aug 28, 2020 - (JCN Newswire) - Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today announced a summary of automobile production, Japan domestic sales, and export results for the month of July 2020.
- Production in Japan experienced a year-on-year decrease for the 11th consecutive month.
- Production in regions outside of Japan experienced a year-on-year increase for the first time in ten months.
- Worldwide production experienced a year-on-year decrease for the 12th consecutive month.
Sales in the Japanese market
- Total Japanese sales experienced a year-on-year decrease for the 10th consecutive month.
- New vehicle registrations experienced a year-on-year decrease for the 10th consecutive month.
- Sales of mini-vehicles experienced a year-on-year decrease for the fifth consecutive month.
- Fit was the industry's fifth best-selling car among new vehicle registrations for the month of July 2020 with sales of 9,213 units.
- N-BOX was the industry's top-selling car in the mini-vehicle category for the month of July 2020 with sales of 16,222 units. N-WGN was the industry's ninth best-selling car in the mini-vehicle category for the month of July 2020 with sales of 6,169 units.
Exports from Japan
- Total exports from Japan experienced a year-on-year decrease for the fourth consecutive month.
For the full report, visit https://global.honda/newsroom/news/2020/c2000828eng.html.
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