Japanese carmaker Honda is pinning hopes on its upcoming compact crossover WR-V and the new City sedan to rev up its India sales in the next fiscal. The company has sold a total of 1,24,114 units in the April-January period this fiscal, a decline of 23.2 per cent. "Last year we were in a run out period of previous models and now we have launched the new City and the WR-V will be launched in this fiscal but the real sales will happen in the next fiscal year," Honda Cars India President and CEO Yoichiro Ueno said. Honda plans to launch the WR-V on March 16, while the new City sedan was introduced last month. "Hopefully, these two models will add to total sales volume of the company in the next fiscal," he said.