A WINNER 150cc model of HVN. (Source: honda.com.vn)

Hanoi (VNA) - Honda Vietnam (HVN) sold 2.03 million motorbikes in the fiscal year 2016 (which ended in March), 120,000 units more than the previous year, according to General Director of Honda Vietnam Minoru Kato.

The figure accounts for 70 percent of the total domestic market with nearly 2.9 million motorbikes sold.

In the reviewed period, HVN shipped abroad nearly 128,000 completely built units (CBU), up 40 percent from last year, generating 293 million USD.

The company is expected to earn 312 million USD in 2017 from its motorbike exports, up 6.5 percent from the 2016 fiscal year.

The Company said it plans to introduce several new models and versions to meet the market demand.-VNA