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:

Top 10 Selling Cars – September 2018

Snippets:

  • Maruti & Hyundai have again ousted an Other OEM entrant – Yes, Honda’s Amaze is now out of the Top 10 selling cars and is replaced by Maruti’s Celerio! The duopoly has made the Industry extremely difficult for other OEMs to survive and is clearly visible in the Top 10 list.
  • The Top 6 selling cars are from Maruti’s stable & 7 out of Top 10 are Maruti’s! Hyundai as usual occupies the No.7, No.8 & No.9 positions. Hyundai has been holding this position quite strongly and has no signs of leaving it.
  • Maruti’s Swift occupies the Pole Position and overtakes the Aug’18 leader Alto by quite a margin (>500 units to be precise). Swift has gained the No.1 position after 16 long months (Last time Swift was in the Top Spot in the month of Apr’17!).
  • Brezza places itself in the Top 5. The compact SUV is gaining strength month and is the only UV in the Top 5!
  • The other notable SUV in the list is Hyundai’s Creta. The SUV offers tremendous value and sells almost equivalent to the much cheaper compact hatch Grand i10.

April 2017 Car Sales – Snapshot

The Indian Auto Industry registered a double digit growth in the first month of the Financial Year and was backed by Market Leader Maruti’s stellar performance. Maruti yet crossed 50% Market Share and grew over 23% when compared to the same period last year! The other Japanese Giants (Toyota, Honda & Nissan) too grew strongly with a YoY growth of 52%, 38% & 39% respectively. Mahindra & Renault had a tough time with the newcomers (KUV, Kwid) not matching previous years success run. The post-demonetization woes doesn’t seem to end for the Luxury Car makers and not a single OEM posted a positive growth!

Passenger Vehicle Sales Rank – FY17

Model-wise Sales Rank for the cumulative figures of Apr’16-Mar’17 (FY17) –

SNAPSHOT –

  • 126 Brands from 17 OEMs reported sales in the previous financial year! The options are plenty in every segment and the competition was never so fierce.
  • Maruti dominates the roost and has 7 out top 10 models from its stable. Hyundai stands second and has 2 models in the Top 10 list. The only other manufacturer in the Top 10 is Renault (all thanks to Kwid).
  • India is slowly emerging to be a value conscious market – that is how Ford’s Mustang sold thrice the numbers that of Mahindra’s Vibe!
  • The overall growth for passenger cars in India was 9% and this year we surpassed Germany as the Fourth biggest Passenger Car market in the world. India is now the focus market for all OEMs – expect Kia & Peugeot to set up their shops pretty soon.