Maruti Suzuki dispatched 1,40,754 units to its dealers in December 2020. It was a 15% growth over December 2019 and 4% growth over November 2020!ModelYear-on-Year ComparoMonth-on-Month ComparoDec’20Dec’19YoY(%)Dec’20Nov’20Growth (%)Alto18,14015,48917%18,14015,32118%Swift18,13114,74923%18,13118,498-2%Baleno18,03018,464-2%18,03017,8721%Wagon R17,68410,78164%17,68416,2569%Dzire13,86815,286-9%13,86813,5362%Vitara Brezza12,25113,658-10%12,2517,83856%Eeco11,2157,63447%11,21511,1830%Ertiga9,1776,65038%9,1779,557-4%S-Presso6,7878,394-19%6,7877,018-3%CELERIO6,6605,42923%6,6606,5332%IGNIS3,268964239%3,2683,935-17%XL63,0882,52122%3,0883,388-9%Ciaz1,2701,786-29%1,2701,870-32%S-Cross1,18597921%1,1852,877-59%Gypsy0––093-100%TOTAL1,40,7541,22,78415%1,40,7541,35,7754%
Alto regained its Top spot from the sibling Swift after 4 long months. However; Alto was just 9 units ahead of Swift!
Baleno registered flat YoY & MoM sales and was the third best selling model in Maruti’s portfolio.
Wagon-R saw a mammoth 64% YoY increase and ranked fourth. Post Covid era has been highly encoraging for hatchbacks and is clearly visible in the sales volumes.
Both Dzire & Brezza saw a decline in YoY volumes. Discontinuation of diesel is surely one of the reasons for it.
11,215 units of Eeco sold in Dec’20! Only Maruti can do it.