The recent flooding in Thailand caused a huge supply disruption for Honda as a few critical parts for the Brio and their other models are imported directly from Thailand. This disruption led to reduced production at their plant in Greater Noida and in turn, the waiting list for the cars crept upwards.
They've rectified the situation by arranging for the supply of the parts from China and Japan to prevent such a crisis in the future. As of today, the plant is back to full two-shift operation and will be producing up to 370 cars a day. That number will be on the rise till about March of this year when the plant is expected to hit peak production capacity.
Honda will work closely with the dealers to make sure current bookings are cleared off as soon as possible.