New Delhi, Apr 1 (UNI) General Motors India has registered a record growth of 51 per cent in sales in March 2008 with 6, 836 units as against 4,542 units in March last year.
The numbers include 1,820 units of the Chevrolet Tavera, 1,589 units of the Chevrolet Aveo, 710 units of the Chevrolet Optra, 2,397 units of the Chevrolet Spark and 320 units of Chevrolet Captiva, a company statement said.
GM India has witnessed a robust growth of 71 percent for the period of April 2007-March 2008 over the corresponding period last year.
It has sold 66,543 units during the period between April 2007-March 2008, as against 38,857 units sold between the same period a year ago.
GM India's network now has 117 locations across India and it intends to set up 125 sales points and 135 service outlets across the country by year-end, GM India Vice President P Balendran said.
General Motors India is a subsidiary of US-based General Motors Corporation, with a manufacturing facility in Halol, Gujarat.
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