Top 25 Car Wholesale Sales in February 2021 Expected to Record 18.55% Sales Growth
The 25 best-selling cars last month accounted for 2,42848 units with growth of 18.55%. The volume gain was just over 28,000 units, compared to 2.04,842 units. As expected, 10 of Maruti Suzuki’s cars are on the list. First order MSIL sales were 1,34,386 units with growth of 8.12%. The volume gain was just over 10,000 units, compared to 24,290 units. The volume share was over 55%.
Maruti Swift stood atop the list with 20,264 units at 8.39 cents. The volume gain was over 1.5k units, compared to 18,696 units. Wholesale sales of Maruti Baleno stood at just over 20,000 units with a gain of 21%. The volume gain is reported to be nearly 3.5k units, against 16,585 units.
The bulk of Maruti’s hiding place
WagonR sales increased by 18,728 units compared to 18,235 units. Alto sales fell by more than 5% snowfall on nearly 18,000 units. The volume loss amounted to about 1,000 units, compared to about 17,000 units. The Dzire volume gain is reported at 4.6k units, up to nearly 12k units from around 7.3k units. Eeco sales remained stable at 11,891 units, against 11,227 units for a volume gain of 664 units. Brezza’s sales gain is reported to be approximately 4.7k units, up to 11,585 units from 6,866 units.
Sales of Ertiga fell about 17 percent to 11,782 units. Sales fell to 9,774 units with a volume loss of approximately 2,000 units. S-Presso sales fell to around 7k units from around 9.6k units. Celerio sales were flat at 6.2k units versus 6.1k units.
Hyundai, Tata and Kia sales
Hyundai has 5 cars in the list. Cumulative sales increased by more than a third to 47,223 units. The volume gain was over 12,000 units, compared to 35,162 units. Sales growth for Creta was significant, with 12,428 units compared to 700 units.
Site sales growth is reported at 8.75 percent to 11,224 units. The volume gain was 903 units, compared to 10,321 units. Hyundai NIOS sales declined slightly to 10,270 units from 10,407 units. Sales of the new i20 amounted to 9,000 units, compared to 8,766 units. Aura / Xcent sales fell to 4.3,000 units, down 13.45% from just under 5,000 units.
Tata Motors has 3 cars in the top 25 list. Nexon is 15th on the list with just under 8,000 units, up from 3,894 units. Altroz sales are up to 6,832 units against 2,806 units. Tiago sales fell to 6,787 units from just under 4,000 units.
Kia finds its two mainstream cars in the list. Its two cars individually sold more units than each of the Tata cars. Kia Seltos sales are reported at 8,305 units, compared to 14,024 units. Kia Sonet sales have tilted Nexon from a few units to just under 8,000 units. Kia’s contribution to the first order is 16,302 units, compared to around 14,000 units at a volume gain of 2,278 units. Sales growth was 16.24 percent.
Toyota Innova sales are reported at around 6k units. Honda Amaze sales were just under 5,000 units. Mahindra Bolero sales were just over 4.8k units. Renault Kwid sales were just under 4k units. MG Hector’s sales amounted to 3,662 units, compared to 1,218 units for a volume gain of 2,444 units.