Honda Malaysia (HMSB) has released its sales figures for the period between January and April this year, and the numbers reveal that the company is on track to hit its sales target of 100,000 units in 2017, and remains on course to retain its No. 1 position in the non-national segment and No. 2 slot on the overall total industry volume (TIV) list this year.

As of April, HMSB has shifted more than 34,500 units, a jump of 9,800 units over the corresponding period in 2016. In terms of market share, Honda contributed 19.4% to the TIV as of March, which is 5.1 points higher compared to the same period last year, and March in particular was a record month – it managed to obtain a 20.5% market share for the very first time.

Primary movers were the BR-V, which has sold more than 7,800 units and contributed 23% to the overall sales numbers. The facelifted City also contributed 23% to the total, the car having received more than 7,200 bookings since its launch in March.

The 10th-gen Civic, meanwhile, continues to move in good fashion. The company said that more than 15,700 units have been shifted since the car’s introduction last June. It added that the 1.5L Turbo variant makes up 60% of Civic sales, averaging around 840 units per month in terms of volume.