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!ModelYear-on-Year ComparoMonth-on-Month ComparoJuly’20July’19Growth (%)July’20June’20Growth (%)Alto136541157718%13654729887%Wagon R1351515062-10%13515697294%Baleno115751048210%115754300169%Swift1017312677-20%101734013154%Dzire904612923-30%9046583455%Ertiga85049222-8%85043306157%Eeco85019814-13%85013803124%Vitara Brezza7807530247%7807454272%CELERIO479948050%4799414516%S-Presso3604––3604316014%IGNIS2421156355%2421143269%XL618740–1874119856%Ciaz13032397-46%1303553136%Gypsy541––541718–S-Cross451654-31%4510–TOTAL97,76896,4781%97,76851,27491%
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.