Mahindra sold 10,904 units in July 2020 and recorded a fall of -32% in July 2020 v/s July 2019. Mahindra’s Bolero contributed ~40% of the overall OEMs volumes.ModelYear-on-Year ComparoMonth-on-Month ComparoJuly’20July’19Growth (%)July’20June’20Growth (%)Bolero43604446-2%4360329232%Scorpio313528649%3135257422%XUV30025194464-44%2519181239%XUV 5008131116-27%813231252%KUV 10051164-69%51494%MARAZZO20956-98%200–Verito621-71%61–Thar0466-100%00–Xylo0324-100%00–ALTURAS G4081-100%00–TUV 30001122-100%00–TOTAL10,90416,024-32%10,9047,95937%
Bolero is still Mahindra’s best selling car and sold well in July’20 basis strong rural demand. It growth a healthy 32% MoM.
With dispatches of 3,135 units; Scorpio was Mahindra’s second best selling model and it recorded a 9% YoY growth and 22% MoM growth.
Mahindra’s XUV300 has lost ground in the Compact SUV segment and delay in bringing the BS6 variant has hurt the model even more. It anyhow managed to cross 2.5k dispatches in July’20 and was Mahindra’s third best selling model for the month.