March 2019 sub 4 meter SUVs sales

March 2019 CSUV sales
Sub 4 meter SUV sales in March 2019 in India
  • Vitara Brezza remained the undisputed king of the segment despite it not having petrol engine on offer is holding on to its numbers, it is even growing incrementally. This March it grew by 8% from 13147 units in March-2018 to 14181 units.
  • Tata Nexon is holding good despite the new entries like Mahindra XUV300 and updated Ecosport, infact its sales grew further owing to its 5 star safety rating in global NCAP tests. By a sales uptick of 27%, Nexon is the biggest gainer in the segment.
  • New entrant in the segment Mahindra XUV300 got a good response from the market but it can be challenged by upcoming Hyundai Venue.
  • Ecosport sales declined by 21% despite the update owing to competition from XUV300.
  • Honda WRV is bound to decline further with the introduction of Hyundai Venue. This march it declined by 42%.
  • Mahindra TUV300 is the only ladder-frame SUV in the segment, it declined by a whopping 65%.
  • Overall segment grew by 6% from 30685 units to 32519 units. The segment is bound to expand further with the entry of Hyundai Venue.

Source: AutoPunditz

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Maruti Suzuki India April 2017 Sales Report

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New Delhi, May 1, 2017: Maruti Suzuki India Limited, leader in passenger vehicles, sold a total of 151,215 units in April 2017. This includes 144,492 units in domestic market and 6,723 units of exports. The Company had sold a total of 126,569 units in April 2016.

The sales figures for April 2017 are given below:

Maruti Suzuki India April 2017 Sales
Dzire and Dzire Tour are included in same segment only, * Previously Dzire Tour was reported in separate segment

Maruti Suzuki India’s passenger vehicle sales(domestic) grew by 23.1% from 1,17,045 units in April 2016 to 1,44,081 units in April 2017. Export declined by 29.4% from 9,524 units in last April to 6,723 units in this April.

Sales in compact segment which includes Swift, Dzire, Dzire Tour, Celerio, Ignis, and Baleno grew the most by 39.1%.

Ciaz sales grew by 23.1% from 5702 units to 7024 units.

And the other segment which grew maximum is utility vehicle segment which includes Gypsy, Ertiga, S-Cross, and Vitara Brezza, the segment grew by 28.6%.

Vans segment which includes Omni and Eeco declined b y 4.0%. Vans segment is the only one in the entire Maruti’s portfolio to decline.

Sales of Maruti Suzuki’s light commercial vehicle Super Carry in April 2017 stood at 411 units.

Overall April 2017 sales grew by 19.5% from 1,26,569 units in April 2016 to 1,51,215 units in April 2017.

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Maruti Suzuki India total sales in 2016-2017 fiscal crossed 1.5 million mark

New Delhi, April 1, 2017 : Maruti Suzuki India Limited, leader in passenger vehicles, sold 139,763 units in March 2017. This includes 127,999 units in the domestic market and 11,764 units in exports. The Company had sold a total of 129,345 units in March 2016.

With this, the Company ended 2016-17 with its highest ever total sales of 1,568,603 units, a growth of 9.8%. This comprises highest ever domestic sales of 1,444,541 units. The export sales were 124,062 units.

Export sales for the 2016-2017 fiscal remained flat with 0.1% growth. Domestic sales for the fiscal grew by 10.7% from 13,05,351 units to 14,44,541 units.

Exports contribution to the total sales declined from 8.7% in the last fiscal to 7.9% in the current fiscal.

The sales figures for March 2017 are given below:

Maruti Suzuki Car Sales March 2017

Maruti Suzuki December 2016 sales figures

New Delhi, January 1, 2017: Maruti Suzuki India Limited, leader in passenger vehicles, sold a total of 117,908 units in December 2016. This includes 106,414 units in domestic market and 11,494 units of exports. The Company had sold a total of 119,149 units in December 2015.maruti-suzuki-new-logo

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The A-Mini segment which comprises of Alto and WagonR sold 31,527 units in December-2016 against 37,234 in December-2015, which is 15.3% lesser than the previous year. This reduced sales of Alto and WagonR can be attributed to stiff competition from Renault’s Kwid and Tata’s Tiago respectively.

A-Compact segment which comprises of Swift, Ritz, Celerio, Baleno and Dzire also saw a decline of 8.6% which can be due to Swift’s & Dzire’s production adjustments to accommodate Baleno’s demand, discontinuation of Ritz and competition to Celerio from Tiago. The segment total sales in December this year is 43,295 units against 47,354 units in December 2015.

Sales of Dzire-Tour which is sold only to the taxi market declined by 29.2%. This year sales numbers are 2,559 units against 3,614 units in December 2015. Sales of Swift, Dzire & Dzire-Tour are bound to fall marginally, as the company is prepping up to launch new generation Swift and Dzire potential buyers will wait for the new generation models to arrive.

But the A segment mid size which comprises of Ciaz sold well. With sales of 3711 units in December 2016 compared to 2841 units in December 2015, this segment sales grew by 30.6%.

Totally Maruti Suzuki’s A-Segment sales declined 10.9% compared to December 2015 figures. Maruti sold a total of 81,092 units in December this years against 91,043 in December 2015.

B segment utility vehicles which comprises of Gypsy, Ertiga, S-Cross and Vitara Brezza grew by 75.3% which is mainly due to the contribution of Vitara Brezza. The segment total sales is 16,072 units in December 2016 against 9,168 units in December 2015

Maruti Suzuki India’s C segment which comprises of Omni and Eeco declined by 17.1%, the segment sales in December 2016 is 9,224 units against 11,122 units in the last year same period.

Total domestic sales of passenger vehicles in December 2016 is 1,06,388 units against 1,11,333 units in December 2015. That is a decline of 4.4% compared to the same period last year. 

Maruti’s first light commercial vehicle in India, Super Carry sales stood at 26 units in December 2016. And the total sales to date is 294 units since its launch.

And Maruti Suzuki India’s exports sales grew by 47.1% . The total exports in December 2016 is 11,494 units against 7,816 units.

Total sales i.e., including exports & imports in December 2016 is 1,10,798 units which is 1% less than 119149 units in December 2015 sales.