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Top 10 Car Exports July 2021 – Baleno, Swift, Brezza, EcoSport, Creta


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Hyundai Creta Exports July 2021
Hyundai Creta Exports July 2021

Maruti Suzuki makes significant gains with its five cars in the top ten export list

Car exports boomed in July, registering a year-on-year growth of 53.06%. A total of 52,319 units were exported in July 2021, as against 34,183 units in July last year. In the top ten, only Volkswagen Vento and Ford EcoSport have negative year-on-year growth.

In the car export list for July 2021, Maruti has five, Hyundai has two and Volkswagen, Nissan and Ford have one car each. It is clear that Maruti has focused on exports, even though it remains the dominant player in the domestic market with a market share of over 45%.

Baleno tops the export list

Maruti Suzuki Baleno leads the pack with exports of 5,237 units in July. The year-on-year growth is 322.34% as compared to 1,240 units exported in July last year. The percentage share in exports is 10.01%. In the domestic market, it is expected that the Baleno will get a diesel engine option. Another possibility is that Hatch may get a stronger hybrid system. Currently, the Baleno is equipped with a mild hybrid powertrain.

Volkswagen Vento is second on the list with 3,690 units exported in July. The YoY numbers are down by -32.36% as compared to 5,455 units exported in July last year. Vento’s share in exports is 7.05%. In India, the Vento is to be replaced with the Virtus. The latter is already available in the international markets and has often been spotted on road tests here. The Vertus is bigger than the Vento and packs in a wider array of features.

Car Exports July 2021

Car Exports July 2021

Maruti Swift ranks second with exports of 3,496 units in July. The year-on-year growth has more than doubled compared to 1,566 units exported in July last year. The share in exports is 6.68%. Here in India a factory fitted CNG option will be launched for the Swift soon. Along with CNG, the 1.2-litre DualJet K12C petrol motor will generate 72 PS of maximum power at 6,000 rpm and 95 Nm of peak torque at 4,000 rpm. It is 11 PS and 18 Nm less than the petrol variant.

Hyundai Grand i10 is at the fourth position with exports of 3,081 units in July. The YoY numbers have grown by 262.47% as compared to 850 units exported in July last year. The share of exports is 5.89%.

Maruti Spresso is at number five with exports of 3,071 units in July. The year-on-year growth is 40.74% as compared to 2,182 units exported in July last year. The share of exports is 5.87%.

No car export July-21 July-20 %
1 baleno 5,237 1,240 322.34
2 Vento 3,690 5,455 -32.36
3 Intense 3,496 1,566 123.24
4 Grand i10 3,081 850 262.47
5 spresso 3,071 2,182 40.74
6 Brezza 2,956 7 42,129
7 sunny 2,939 1,624 80.97
8 ecosport 2,719 5,767 -52.85
9 Creta 2,633 272 868.01
10 Desire 2,391 317 654.26
1 1 Seltos 2,052 2,405 -14.68
12 Verna 1,929 192 904.69
13 Santro 1,856 267 595.13
14 And 1,482 1,091 35.84
15 Jimny 1,328 0
16 polo 1,199 1,373 -12.67
17 alto 1,167 394 196.19
18 sonnet 1,141 0
19 City 888 0
20 venue 874 374 133.69
21 kigero 792 0
22 Ertiga 657 193 240.41
23 magnetite 629 0
24 to aspire 606 0
25 kwid 588 114 415.79
26 compass 569 718 -20.75
27 Triber 412 726 -43.25
28 ciaz 375 100 275.00
29 Elite i20 345 54 538.89
30 Light 296 115 157.39
31 Kuv100 273 393 -30.53
32 Datsun GO 264 48 450.00
33 Scorpio 138 15 820.00
34 kick 56 12 366.67
35 hi-lander 44 0
36 XUV500 35 20 75.00
37 bolero 32 35 -8.57
38 WR-V 30 0
39 wagon r 17 38 -55.26
40 radigo 9 0
41 Celerio 7 478 -98.54
42 alcazari 7 0
43 V-Cross 4 4 0.00
44 echo 3 7 -57.14
45 across 2 3 -33.33
46 to beat 0 4,595 -100.00
47 micra 0 634 -100.00
48 b rv 0 215 -100.00
49 maximo 0 114 -100.00
50 go + 0 57 -100.00
51 jazz 0 37 -100.00
52 amaze 0 30 -100.00
53 TUV 300 0 18 -100.00
54 XUV300 0 17 -100.00
55 Fast 0 12 -100.00
56 XL6 0 5 -100.00
Total 52,319 34,183 53.06

Creta made impressive profit

Ranked 9th on the list, Creta has the highest annual growth in the top ten in terms of percentage. As may be recalled, last year the exports of Creta were adversely affected due to the first wave of COVID pandemic. Now that things are back to normal, Creta exports have grown by 868.01%. A total of 2,633 units were exported in July 2021, while only 272 units were exported in July last year. The share of exports is 5.03%.

Other cars in the top ten export list include Maruti Brezza (2,956 units), Nissan Sunny (2,939), Ford EcoSport (2,719), and Maruti Dzire (2,391). Kia Seltos has moved up to the 11th position registering a negative growth of -14.68% in July.

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