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Hero Honda sales grow 20% in Oct

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New Delhi , Nov. 2

Hero Honda Motors Ltd has reported a sales increase of 20 per cent in October. Sales of motorcycles and scooters, including exports, rose to 3,63,480 last month, from 3,02,012 a year ago.

According to Mr Anil Dua, Vice-President - Marketing & Sales, Hero Honda Motors Ltd, "Not only have we had record dispatch sales of 3.63 lakh in October 2006, we also have had record retail sales of 5 lakh units in the month, surpassing all previous sales records. "

The models in the premium segment have seen significant growth.

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