Maruti Swift Is India’s Best Selling Car, Sales Up By 153%; Checkout Model-Wise Sales Data Of Maruti Cars
Maruti Suzuki India Limited has had an above average performance in the previous month, with a whopping 92 per cent year on year volume growth.
Read on to find out which cars have sold the most, right here!
Maruti Suzuki Beats Hyundai; SellsThe Most Models In March 2021;
Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) has sold as many as 1,46,203 units as compared to the 76,240 units sold last year in the same month. Additionally, the largest automobile manufacturer of India has sold 1,44,761 units in February this year, which marks a minor 1 per cent month on month sales growth.
As per the top ten monthly sales charts for most sold passenger vehicles, Maruti Suzuki has seven of its models and the remaining three are from Hyundai.
Maruti’s popular hatchback, Swift is at the top of the list of the best selling cars in the country. The car managed to sell 21,714 units were recorded as compared to the 8,575 units sold in same period in 2020. The car has clocked a 153 per cent YoY sales growth.
Next in line is the Baleno, which has recorded a sale of 21217 units in the last month as compared to 11406 units in the same month last year; the car has marked an 86% increase in volume.
The third best selling car in India in March 2021 is the Wagon R, which sold 18757 units this year as compared to 9151 units that were sold last year, marking a 105 percent increase.
Ciaz Records Negative Year On Year Growth; Makes it To List
Alto stands fourth in the list, with 61% year on year growth. The car sold 17401 cars this year, in comparison to only 5966 cars last year. There also is news about Suzuki working on the next generation of Alto small hatchback and the car is all set to make an entry into the market at the end of this year.
The fifth most sold car in the list is Eeco, which recorded a year on year growth of 94 per cent increase in volume, with 11,547 units sold against 5966 units sold in the same period last year.
The remaining cars in the list are Dzire (109%), Vitara Brezza (104%), Ertiga (134%), S-Presso (41%), Celerio (18%), Ignis (129%), XL6 (38%), S-Cross,
The Ciaz has made it to the list despite recording a negative year on year growth of 13%. The car sold 1628 units in march 2021, as compared to 1863 cars last year.