Maruti Suzuki car sales rose 33.9 percent.

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Maruti Suzuki, the country’s number one car maker, released its sales report in September 2020. The company sold 160,442 units last month, in September 2020, an increase in sales each year. The company had sold 306 per cent more units in September this year as compared to 122,740 units sold in September last year.

In terms of domestic sales, Maruti Suzuki India (Domestic + EM) sold 152,606 units, up 115,452 units from 322 per cent in September last year. Speaking of the passenger vehicle segment, carmakers registered a growth of 33.9 per cent in September this year.
The company has sold 146,912 units this year, compared to 110,454 units last year. Domestic sales including passenger cars and light commercial vehicles (LCVs) Super Carry. It sold 150,040 units in September 2020, up 33.4 percent from 112,500 units sold last year. In terms of exports, the company sold 64 units last month, up nine per cent from 18 units in the same period last year.

In terms of sales in the mini segment (Alto and S-Presso), the domestic market sold 228 units in September 2020, up 35.6 per cent from 20,085 units sold in September last year. On the other hand, in the compact segment (WagonR, Swift, Cellario, Ignis, Baleno, Tour S, Dzire) their sales increased by 4.3 per cent to 545,619 units from 646,213 units in September last year.

In terms of domestic sales, Maruti Suzuki India (Domestic + EM) sold 152,606 units, up 115,452 units from 322 per cent in September last year. Speaking of the passenger vehicle segment, carmakers registered a growth of 33.9 per cent in September this year.
The company has sold 146,912 units this year, compared to 110,454 units last year. Domestic sales including passenger cars and light commercial vehicles (LCVs) Super Carry. It sold 150,040 units in September 2020, up 33.4 percent from 112,500 units sold last year. In terms of exports, the company sold 64 units last month, up nine per cent from 18 units in the same period last year.