Statewise Car Sales – H1 FY19
We have been analyzing statewise car sales statistics for quite some time and here we present the report for the sales of the first 6 months of this financial year; i.e. from Apr’18 to Sep’18. Snippets as below:
17,41,234 cars have been sold in the first six months! Pl note that the statistics do not include the big festive months and Dec/Mar sales which are the biggest months in terms of automotive sales. Going by the trend; we expect the passenger car sales in India to go beyond 35 Lakh units for entire FY18.
West Zone has emerged as the Top Zone and is significantly ahead than the South & North Zone which have been placed No.2 & No.3 respectively.
Maharashtra retains the No.1 State Rank and contributes to almost 10.5% of national volumes! UP stands second with 8.7% contribution to the sub-continent’s numbers.
Sales Statistics of the States, Zone-wise:
The Zonewise Toppers are as mentioned: Maharashtra tops West Zone; Kerala for South; Uttar Pradesh for North & West Bengal for East.
Though East Zone has the highest number of states; the car sales volumes are the least in India. Even the Top Selling State of East; i.e. West Bengal stands in 13th place in terms of overall statewise ranking and contributes to just 3.3% of national volumes. Even the Bottom 7 states belong to East Zone.
Top Selling States Ranking:
Maruti + Hyundai contribute to ~68% of passenger car sales in India! The Jodi has made the life of other OEMs pretty miserable as the rest of the OEMs have to fight for the remaining pie (30% of market).
Maruti has an overall market share of 52.2% for H1. Maruti’s dominance is clearly seen in majority of the states – Maruti has a Market Share of >50% in 22 out of 33 states! Maruti enjoys clear majority in North Zone and has a Market Share of whopping 54.2%. Even the weakest Zone – South has a market share of 49.7%.
Hyundai has a overall Market Share of 15.7%. Hyundai enjoys maximum acceptance in West Zone with 17.1% Market Share!
FY19 v/s FY18 statistics:
Only 6 out of 33 states have seen dip in volumes for FY19 when compared to FY18. The trend seems positive in the remaining states.