GM India on a high
Since the point of time that Indian subsidiary of the American auto major, General Motors has launched a sibling to Spark in the Indian market in the form of Beat, it has been able to grow by leaps and bounds.
In fact, continuing its sales momentum in the country, the company has registered a 34% growth in the month of August 2010 as it sold 7941 units in August 2010 against 5939 units in August 2009.
P. Balendran, Vice President, GM India said on the impeccable performance of the company that it is very much excited to continue the overwhelming response that it has got from the Indian consumer.
In fact, Balendran also mentioned that the company has been able to clock high numbers due to the introduction of products from the renowned 300 series, high consumer outreach and several other initiatives that the company has started over the past few months.
It is to be mentioned here that the company has offered the consumers cashless ownership offer and hence, it has been able to rake in high numbers for the company in return.
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