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Apr 12, 2019

Honda (China) announced that Honda will showcase electrified models and new technologies at the 2019 Shanghai Auto Show.
For EVs, Dongfeng Honda has launched the VE-1 EV, the first model of the SPORT EV series. It will launch the second model of the series in 2019. Developed by Dongfeng Honda and Honda Motor, the concept version of the new EV will be debuted at the show. For hybrid power vehicles, GAC Honda will launch the new version of the CR-V Hybrid.
Other models to be showcased at the show include the tenth-generation Accord, Crider, tenth-generation Civic, and Envix.
For ICVs (intelligent connected vehicles), the automaker will put the second-generation Honda CONNECT system into use in 2019. The system enhances navigation functions such as the real-time congestion information system. It can also achieve voice recognition and online payment through Alipay.
From a Honda (China) press release

Apr 10, 2019

On April 3, four Japanese OEMs announced their sales results in China for March 2019.
Nissan announced that it sold 133,069 units in China, reflecting an 8.2% y/y increase. March sales of the Sylphy, X-trail, and Qashqai increased. Year-to-date (YTD) sales from January to March totaled 343,748 units, reflecting a 2.3% y/y increase.
Toyota sold 121,000 units, reflecting a 1.1% y/y increase. YTD sales totaled 348,000 units for a 7.2% y/y increase.
Honda announced that it sold 122,744 units, reflecting a 25.8% y/y increase. Sales of the Civic, CR-V Hybrid, and Accord Hybrid increased. YTD sales totaled 335,134 units for an 11.4% y/y increase.
Mazda announced that it sold 18,078 units, reflecting a 22.8% y/y decline. YTD sales totaled 52,466 units.
From a Nissan China press release
From a Honda China press release
From a Mazda China press release

Mar 25, 2019

On March 19, 2019, Honda Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. announced its business performance in 2018, which total sales reached 102,282 units (down 6.6% from 2017 sales result) and earned a market share of 17.1% to keep the momentum as the No.1 car brand in the Non-National segment for four consecutive years and maintained its No.2 position in overall Total Industry Volume (TIV) for three consecutive years.
Honda reported that its all 7 CKD models namely Jazz, City, BR-V, HR-V, Civic, Accord and CR-V, were segment leaders. The City contributed 32% to the overall sales of Honda Malaysia in 2018.
For 2019, Honda Malaysia has set sales target at 95,000 units, translating into 16% market share. The company believes its existing and upcoming models will help the company sustain its leadership position in each segment.

(From Honda Asia press release on March 19, 2019)

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