Maruti Ertiga Beats Innova, Bolero To Become #1 MPV In India: Top 10 MPVs In India For February, 2021
Maruti Suzuki India Limited has recorded a sale of 9774 MPV units in February 2021, which is a sharp decline of 17 per cent in February 2021. The sale of MSIL’s MPV in the same period last year was 11,782 units.
Despite this decline, Maruti Suzuki has emerged at the top of the MPV sales charts.
Read on to find out all the details!
Maruti Suzuki Ertiga Sold Most Number Of MPV Units; Despite Decline Of 17%
The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga has recorded a sale of 9774 units in February 2021 and is now at the top of the MPV sales charts in February 2021. There has been a Year-on-Year negative sales growth of 17 per cent as the number of units sold last year was 11782 units.
Toyota Innova Crysta is in the second position with a sale of 6018 units and has seen 10 per cent growth. This number was 5459 units during the same period in 2020.
Third in line was Mahindra Bolero which has seen a 19% increase in sales, with 4,843 units sold in February 2021, as against 4,067 units sold in February 2020. Tata Innova Crysta was given a facelift last year, but with no change in powertrain choices.
The car makers that have made it to the list are Mahindra Bolero, Renault Triber, Maruti XL6, Kia Carnival, Mahindra Marazzo, Datsun Go+, Toyota Vellfire.
Six Of Ten Models In Top Ten List Records Decline In Sales
The fourth most sold MPV, Renault Triber has seen a decline of 10.16%, with 3553 units sold in February 2021 as compared to 3955 in February 2020. Maruti XL6 is also facing a decline of 22.6% with 3020 units sold this year as compared to 3886 last year.
Kia Carnival is the car that has seen the a huge rate of decline in sales in this year, of 75.3 per cent. The carmaker has sold 400 units as compared to 1620 sold last year. Mahindra Marazzo has seen the highest rate of decline in sales, as much as 90.2%. The car sold 120 units this year, as compared to 1236 units last year.
Datsun Go+ has sold 60 units last year, which went up to 72 in February 2021, noting an increase of 20%. Toyota Vellfire has seen a decrease of 19 per cent in this year, with only 34 units sold this year as compared to 42 units last year.
Six of the top ten models have declined due to the decrease in the popularity of the entire MPV field.