MARUTI SUZUKI INDIA REPORTS POSITIVE Y-O-Y GROWTH OF 30.8 % IN SEPTEMBER 2020 | AUTO REPORTER
The Maruti Suzuki India Pvt. Ltd. Reports positive year-on-year growth of 30.8 percent in September 2020 after COVID 19 pandemic Lockdown. Maruti Suzuki is a leader in India's Passenger car market. The Maruti Suzuki reports on Thursday that it had sold 1,60,442 units in September 2020, a 30.8 percent growth over September 2019.
The Maruti Suzuki India said that "the company has sold 1,22,640 units in September last year. The sales performance has to be seen in the context of the lower base of September 2019. Domestic sales increased by 32.2 percent to 1,52,608 units last month, as against 1,15,452 units in September 2019".
Maruti Suzuki has sold 27,246 units of mini cars like Alto and Spresso in September 2020, as compared to 20,085 units were sold in the same month of 2019. The sales numbers increased With the year on year sales growth of 35.7 percent. The sales of the Compact car segment, such as Swift, Baleno, Ignis, Celerio, and Dezire stand at 84,213 units have sold in September 2020 as compared to 57,159 units were sold in the same month of 2019. Sales have increased by 43.3 percent.
Maruti Suzuki India's Utility vehicles such as Vitara Brezza, Ertiga, S-cross sales have increased by 10.1 percent to 23,699 units sold in September 2020 compared to 21,526 units were sold in September 2019. Maruti Suzuki's mid-size Sedan Ciaz has not got more sales numbers in September 2020 than the same month of 2019. Maruti Suzuki Ciaz has declined by 9 percent to 1534 units has sold in September 2020 compared to 1715 companies in the same month last year.
The Maruti Suzuki India's international Exports of cars are increased by 9 percent in September 2020.it has Exported 7,834 units in September 2020 compared to 7,188 units were Exported in the same month last year.
"With total sales of 3,93,130 units in the second quarter, the company registered a growth of 16.2 percent over the same period the previous year, on a lower base," Maruti Suzuki India said.
"The company closed the April-September period with total sales of 4,69,729 units, a decline of 36.6 percent over the first half of 2019-20 fiscal," it added.
"The auto major's sales performance in the first half this fiscal has to be seen in conjunction with COVID-19 related disruptions," Maruti Suzuki India said in a statement.