Maruti Suzuki has had a stupendous year, which began with its Celerio launch. To boost momentum, and offer new vehicle platforms, Maruti has yet another launch scheduled for 6th October, Ciaz.
With festivities boosting passenger vehicle sales, Maruti Suzuki has reported just below 5% sales growth for September 2014.
One of the largest Indian car maker, Tata Motors has registered declining car sales a long time now. But, post the launch of Zest, the car maker has been able to reverse it’s decline in passenger car sales by reporting flat sales.
Ford India reports sales of 13,742 units in combined domestic wholesales and exports for September 2014. This compared to 14,217 vehicles sold in Sept ’13, is a decline by about 4%.
Nissan and Datsun India reports 4,145 units sold in September 2014 equating to 64.2% sales growth over 2,527 units sold in Sept ’13. Nissan in India sells Datsun and Nissan cars.
Honda Cars India Ltd. (HCIL) reports monthly domestic sales of 15,015 units in September 2014. This equates to 45% domestic sales growth over 10,354 units sold in September 2013.
Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) reports domestic sales of 35,041 units and exports of 16,430 units with cumulative sales of 51,471 units for the month of September 2014.
Maruti Suzukiās Alto, DZire and Swift continue to rule the roost where top selling cars in India are concerned. MSIl reports the highest selling 4 cars in India for August, and July.