Honda Malaysia (HM) today announced it has recorded 1,200 bookings for the Jazz Hybrid and City Hybrid as of September 30, 2017. From that figure, it is the latter that is proving to be more popular with customers, accounting for 61% of bookings.

The company also revealed both hybrid models achieved their combined sales target of three months in just two months. Initially, HM set a monthly sales target of 150 units for the Jazz Hybrid and 250 units for the City Hybrid.

HM stated the hybrid models attracted more customers in the Central region with a total bookings percentage of 53%. To date, more than 500 units of the City Hybrid have made their way to their respective owners since its launch in July this year. On the other hand, 330 units of the Jazz Hybrid, which debuted a month earlier than the City Hybrid, have been delivered to customers.

Despite the encouraging response, the company assures customers that the waiting period will remain at around one or two months. As a recap, both models feature Honda’s Sport Hybrid i-DCD system that combines a 1.5 litre engine with idle stop, a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox with an integrated electric motor, a lithium-ion hybrid battery and an electric driven compressor.

We’ve already had the chance to sample the City Hybrid not too long ago, and you can read our thoughts on the model, here.

GALLERY: Honda City Hybrid

GALLERY: Honda Jazz Hybrid