Maruti Suzuki Sales Analysis – July 2020

Maruti Suzuki dispatched 97,768 to its dealers in July 2020. It was a 1.3% growth over July 2019 and 91% growth over June 2020!

Model Year-on-Year Comparo Month-on-Month Comparo
July’20 July’19 Growth (%) July’20 June’20 Growth (%)
Alto 13654 11577 18% 13654 7298 87%
Wagon R 13515 15062 -10% 13515 6972 94%
Baleno 11575 10482 10% 11575 4300 169%
Swift 10173 12677 -20% 10173 4013 154%
Dzire 9046 12923 -30% 9046 5834 55%
Ertiga 8504 9222 -8% 8504 3306 157%
Eeco 8501 9814 -13% 8501 3803 124%
Vitara Brezza 7807 5302 47% 7807 4542 72%
CELERIO 4799 4805 0% 4799 4145 16%
S-Presso 3604 3604 3160 14%
IGNIS 2421 1563 55% 2421 1432 69%
XL6 1874 0 1874 1198 56%
Ciaz 1303 2397 -46% 1303 553 136%
Gypsy 541 541 718
S-Cross 451 654 -31% 451 0
TOTAL 97,768 96,478 1% 97,768 51,274 91%
  • Maruti’s Alto became the best selling car for both OEM and the Nation for July 2020. It showed strong YoY & MoM growth and signifies how the first time car buyers are increasing during this pandemic.
  • Wagon-R was the second best selling car in Maruti’s portfolio for July 2020. There is a spike seen in the sales of entry level cars and Alto/Wagon-R sales are a testimony for it.
  • Baleno is still going strong and registered a mammoth 169% MoM growth in July 2020. It was also Maruti’s third best selling car for the month.
  • Dzire volumes has dropped significantly – it is directly coorelational to discontinuation of diesel variant and subdued demand in fleet/app based mobility segment.
  • Vitara’s ranking has fell drastically over time. Again discontinuation of diesel a big factor here?
  • S-Cross BS6 dispatches have started last month and 451 units were shipped in July 2020.

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