Maruti Suzuki sales grew 37 per cent to 1,33,732 units in July 2021, with the WagonR being the best-selling model in the company lineup.
Maruti Suzuki India Limited July 2021 sales when compared to July 2020 sales show a growth of 37 percent. Sales in the previous month stood at 1,33,732 units from 97,768 units sold in July 2020. MoM sales also grew marginally by 8 per cent as compared to 1,24,280 units sold in June 2021.
Every model in the company lineup posted sales growth except the Alto and the Celerio. WagonR tops the list with 22,836 units sold last month, which is 69 per cent higher as compared to 13,515 units sold in July 2020. Maruti Suzuki has just launched the WagonR Xtra variant, priced between Rs 5.35 lakh to Rs 5.71 lakh which comes with cosmetic enhancements added and added. Interior Styling.
WagonR, Swift, Baleno – Top 3
Maruti Suzuki Swift was the second best selling model in the company lineup in July 2021, with 18,434 units sold. This was an increase of 81 per cent as compared to the 10,173 units sold in July 2020 and 4 per cent more than the 17,727 units sold in June 2021.
Sales of the Baleno hatchback grew by 27 per cent to 14,729 units in July 2021 from 11,575 units sold in July 2020. MoM sales remained flat with 14,701 units sold in June 2021. The Baleno is sold through the company’s NEXA outlets and is the perfect mix of pricing, low cost of ownership and a mild hybrid option as a result of which it has become a popular choice among buyers in the country.
Vitara Brezza, Dzire, Alto
The sales of Vitara Brezza and Dzire grew on a year-on-year basis but declined in terms of MoM sales figures. Brezza sales stood at 12,676 units in July 2021, up 62 per cent as compared to 7,807 units sold in July 2020. MoM sales declined from 12,833 units sold in June 2021. On the other hand, DZire sales grew 16 per cent to 10,470 units in the last month. More than 9,046 units were sold in July 2020, while the sales in June 2021 stood at 12,639 units, registering a growth of 17 per cent.
Maruti Suzuki Alto, one of the longest-standing nameplates in the company’s PV lineup, has seen a drop in sales year-on-year. Last month sales stood at 12,867 units, which is 6 per cent lower than 13,654 units sold in July 2020. MoM sales grew marginally from 12,513 units sold in June 2021.
Maruti Ertiga, Eeco and S-Presso registered positive sales growth in July 2021 with Ertiga sales increasing by 58 per cent to 13,434 units from 8,504 units sold in July 2021. The growth in sales of MoM was also remarkable at 35 per cent against 9,920 units. Sold in June 2021. S-Presso sales grew by 89 per cent to 6,818 units in July 2021 from 3,604 units sold in July 2020, while MoM sales grew 38 per cent as compared to 4,926 units sold in June 2021.
The Maruti XL6 saw the highest percentage growth, which stood at 124 per cent year-on-year. Sales which were 1,874 units in July 2020 increased to 4,190 units in July 2021. Maruti Ignis also witnessed a significant increase in sales by 57 per cent YoY to 3,757 units from 2,42 units sold in July 2020, while MoM saw an increase in sales. A marginal increase of 6 per cent as compared to 3,583 units sold in June 2021.
The S-Cross and Ciaz also registered YoY sales growth while the Celerio hasn’t received much attention from buyers in the country, with sales falling to just 2 units in July 2021.