Hyundai Creta continues to be the highest selling SUV followed by the S-Cross and Duster. This popular SUV has beaten its competitors by quite a margin which is evident from the statistics given below. We have also included the Renault Captur in the list.
Sales of the four cars – Hyundai Creta, Maruti S-Cross and Renault Duster through the first quarter of 2018 stood at 28,573 units, 11,262 units, 2,952 units and 1,011 units respectively. Sales in the next quarter increased for the Creta and S-Cross while sales of the Renault Duster and Captur dipped.
Creta sales in the period April to June 2018 increased month on month and stood at 31,505 units. Sales of the S-Cross also increased to 12,667 units while sales of the Renault Duster and Captur dipped to just 3,510 and 939 units respectively. These figures took H1 Creta sales to 60,078 units while sales of the S-Cross in the same period stood at 23,929 units along with sales of the Renault Duster at 6,462 units and Captur at 1,950 units.
The Q3 period July to September saw sales of the Hyundai Creta at 31,817 units. Sales of S-Cross however, dipped to 9,227 units while sales of the Duster and Captur went down even further to 1,816 and 1,129 units. Sales in Q4 October to December 2018 saw Creta sales at 29,010, S-Cross sales at 8,912 units, Duster at 2,659 and Captur sales at 411 units. This took H2 sales to a total of 60,827 units for the Creta, 18,139 units for the S-Cross, 4,475 units for Duster and 1,540 units for the Captur.
Total sales during the past year saw the Hyundai Creta in the lead by a massive margin. Sales of the Creta stood at 1,20,905 units, way ahead of the Maruti Suzuki S-Cross at 42,068 units, Duster at 10,937 units and the Captur sales at just 3,490 units.
December 2018 saw a dip in Creta sales primarily due to the fact that buyers are waiting for the new Tata Harrier. However, taking the overall picture into account, the Hyundai Creta has emerged as the leading SUV in its segment and by quite a large margin.