Indian Car Sales Figures – April 2019

Modelwise Car Sales Figures for Apr’19 –





Top 25 Selling Cars of Apr’19 –





Segment Wise Sales Data – 

1. Entry Hatchback Segment:

2. Compact Hatchback Segment:

3.Premium Hatchback Segment:





4. Compact Sedan Segment:

5. Executive Sedan Segment:

6. Premium Sedan Segment:





7. Luxury Sedan Segment:

8. Compact SUV Segment:

9. Mid-SUV Segment:





10. Premium SUV Segment:

11. Lifestyle Offroader Segment:

12. MUV Segment:

13. Van Segment:

4 thoughts to “Indian Car Sales Figures – April 2019”

  1. I hope there are real controls on these numbers from the Govt. Maruti Omni is not legal to be dispatched (without ABS and other features) in April unless they use old date as manufacturing. These numbers somehow create a suspicion on the OEM commitment to safety as well as following regulations of the land. Overall starting prices went up a lot this month and the trend continues until April 2020. The negative trend might continue to stay for a year at least.

  2. Oh dear, there’s a LOT of red and it’s worrying not just for the industry but for all of us. Car and insurance prices going up rapidly, uncertainty in the industry and most importantly Maruti’s monopoly are the factors that I think are not helping. I still think we haven’t reached *peak sales* yet.

  3. I think it’s time the mid-SUV table was split in two, there are the circa 4.3m cars (S-Cross, Creta, Duster/Terrano, Capture) and the 4.5m+ cars (Harrier, XUV500, Scorpio and Safari).
    The Compass bridges the size gap but based on price I’d suggest it went in the upper category.

    A Buyer for the upper category is unlikely to consider a car from the smaller and vice-versa I think.

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