Car dealerships and factories across India are slowly reopening as the government has relaxed lockdown measures imposed after the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic.
At least 600 Maruti Suzuki dealerships across India are now open for business. The carmaker is said to have registered around 550 bookings through its dealer network and online platform. Maruti also delivered around 50 cars that were due to be delivered in March 2020.
150 Hyundai showrooms are now operational. Close 200 workshops are also back online. Honda dealerships have also started re-opening. The showrooms and workshops are expected to open sequentially during the month.
Moreover, manufacturing activities are also slowing picking pace. Hero MotoCorp has resumed production. Toyota and Hyundai factories are also back online, while Maruti Suzuki will open its Manesar plant on May 12, 2020.
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