Eicher Motors Logs 17 Pct Growth In March

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NEW DELHI: Two-wheeler maker Eicher Motors Ltd on Saturday said it closed last month with 17 pct growth in sales volume.



In a statement, the company said it sold 60,113 motorcycles last month as against 51,320 units sold in March 2016.



"Owing to our strong order book, we have cleared all BS III inventory in due time. Our customers will be receiving BS IV compliant motorcycles from April 1, 2017," Eicher Motors President Rudratej Singh was quoted as saying in the statement.



Eicher Motors closed last year selling 666,490 units up from 508,154 units sold in 2015-16.



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Source: IANS
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