Honda Vietnam: “The Power of Dreams” spirit

February 01, 2022 | 10:00
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Honda Vietnam has been striving to bring high-quality products and professional services in both motorcycles and automobiles, while simultaneously implementing actively social activities in order to bring the highest satisfaction to customers.
Honda Vietnam: “The Power of Dreams” spirit
Honda Vietnam made the debut of new auto models in the country last year

According to Honda Vietnam’s (HVN) latest reports, in 2021, the company’s motorcycles accounted for nearly 80 per cent of the domestic market share, with a total number of 1,992,365 units sold, an increase of 1 per cent on-year. This was achieved through a series of best-selling models such as Wave Alpha at 376,514 units, accounting for 18.9 per cent; Vision scooters with 490,613 units, accounting for 24.6 per cent; and Winner X at just over 89,000 units, accounting for 4.5 per cent.

Honda Vietnam: “The Power of Dreams” spirit
In 2021, Honda’s motorcycles accounted for nearly 80 per cent of the domestic market share

In 2021, HVN introduced six completely new models for the first time in the Vietnamese market with consistent colours and variation, synchronised among products and segments. Meanwhile, it exported 213,492 completely-built-up units, an increase of 31.9 per cent compared to 2020.

In terms of automobile business results, HVN witnessed a 11.1 per cent change on-year with 21,698 units, in which Honda City sold 9,745 units, a rise of 74.4 per cent on-year, and accounting for 44.9 per cent of HVN’s total automobile sales recorded in 2020.

HVN believed that with the trust of customers for the Honda brand as well as its challenging spirit, the company continues to make great efforts to serve all people with a “free, safe, and comfortable life” to expand their joy.

The automaker tries to continuously increase the quality of products and services to step-by-step take the lead in Vietnam’s healthy and mobile society through a spirit of manifesting “The Power of Dreams”.

In this social spirit, and responding to the establishment of the national COVID-19 vaccine fund last year, HVN contributed over $521,000.

The group also donated two COVID-19 testing machines and 10 portable ventilators in Vinh Phuc and Ha Nam provinces. In addition, automobiles, technical equipment, and motorcycle engines were gifted to Vinh Phuc Vocational College, Vinh Phuc Economic and Technical College, Ha Nam Vocational College, Hanoi College of Electro-mechanics, Thai Binh University, Thai Nguyen University of Technology, Thai Nguyen Vocational School, Hung Yen Mecha Electric and Water Resources College.

This has lent support to the schools, providing the best learning and practising conditions for students and preparing the younger generation for the future.

By Nguyen Thu

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