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Maruti Dec 2020 Sales Grow 20% To 1.6 Lakh – Alto, Swift, WagonR, Brezza

Maruti Sales Dec 2020
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Maruti Suzuki India total sales has crossed 1.6 lakh mark once again in Dec 2020

Despite no business activity at the start of FY21, YTD segment sales does seem to be pushing forward step by step, especially on the back of strong sales in recent months. YTD segment sales is currently at 18 percent decline, down at 6,31,388 units, down from 7,71,327 units. However matching or overtaking segment sales of more than 10 lakh units in the last fiscal is a difficult ask and expectation.

Total domestic PV sales grew at 14.6 percent, up at 1,40,754 units from 1,22,784 units. YTD sales is down 18.9 percent at 8,63,874 units, down from 1,064,560 units. Maruti Suzuki sales (domestic and exports) in December 2020 is reported at 20.2 percent growth over December 2019. Total domestic PV sales growth stood at 14.6 percent, up at 1,40,754 units from 1,22,784 units. Q3 (FY 2020-21) sales is up 13.4 percent at 4,95,897 units.

Segment Wise Sales

Of this, Mini (Alto, S-Presso) and compact (WagonR, Swift, Celerio, Ignis, Baleno, Dzire, Tour S) segment’s contribution leads at over a lakh units. The segment grew at a similar rate at 14.5 percent. Segment sales is reported at 1,02,568 units, up from 89,556 units.

Mid-size sedan Ciaz sales fell 28.9 percent, down to 1,270 units from 1,786 units. YTD Ciaz sales is down 53 percent at 9,367 units, down from 20,016 units. To stay in the green, the number to beat for FY21 is a little over 25k units.

Maruti Suzuki Sales Dec 2020
Maruti Suzuki Sales Dec 2020

Total (aforementioned segments) passenger car sales grew at 13.07 percent, up at 1,03,838 units, up from 91,342 units. YTD numbers are reported at 6,41,755 units at 18.9 percent decline from 7,91,343 units. The target for FY21 is a base of just over 10.5 lakh units.

UV Sales Increase

UV sales (Gypsy, Ertiga, XL6, Vitara Brezza, S-Cross) grew ta 8 percent to 25,701 units, up from 23,808 units. YTD sales is at 17.5 percent decline down at 1,52,156 units from 1,84,330 units. Maruti Brezza and Ertiga help push EV sales. The Vans segment (Eeco) grew substantially at 46.9 percent, up at 11,215 units from 7,634 units, YTD decline is reported at 21.3 percent, down at 69,963 units from 88,887 units.

Super Carry LCV sales growth is pegged in 3-digits. Unit wholesales grew to 5,726, up from 1,591 units. In fact, the segment is such, it has reported growth in these adverse times. Sales growth is at 9.5 percent, up at 19,917 units from 18,188 units. The number to beat for the fiscal is 21,778 units. ?Total domestic sales is up 17.8 percent at 1,46,480 units, up from 1,24,375 units. YTD sales, is reported at 8,83,791 units, up from 1,082,748 units at 18.9 percent decline. Last fiscal this number stood at 1,414,346 units.

Sales To Toyota

Sales to other OEM, in this case Toyota (Glanza and Urban Cruiser) grew to more than double. Wholesales is reported at 3,808 units, up from 1,360 units at 180 percent growth. For the year, the segment has grown 18,2 percent. YTD OEM sales is reported at 21,224 units, up from 17,950 units. The target to beat for the fiscal is 25k units.

Last year, Maruti was manufacturing a single car type for Toyota. Following the launch of Urban Cruiser this festive season, Maruti now manufactures two cars for Toyota. With the addition of these numbers, Maruti’s final total domestic sales is reported at 1,50,288 units, up 19.5 percent from 1,25,735 units. YTD sales is down 17.8 percent at 9,05,015 units from 1,1,00,698 units.

Exports last month grew at 31.4 percent, up at 9,938 units from 7,561 units. YTD exports have declined 21.9 percent, down at 60,611 units from 77,574 units. Total sales for December 2020 is reported at 1,60,226 units, up 20.2 percent from 1,33,296 units. YTD decline is at 18 percent, down at 9,65,626 units from 1,178,272 units. Fiscal target set in FY20 is 1,563,297 units.

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