Maruti Suzuki registered 1,39,133 units in November 2019 as against 1,43,890 units with YoY de-growth of 3.3 per cent
Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) garnered a total of 1,39,133 units in the month of November 2019 as against 1,43,890 units during the same month last year with Year-on-Year de-growth of 3.3 per cent. The largest carmaker in the country was responsible for holding 52.9 per cent market share last month.
The Indo-Japanese manufacturer lost 1.4 per cent market share in November 2019 while Hyundai gained 0.4 per cent while enduring 2 per cent YoY sales increase. The Swift led the way ahead of others as it registered a total of 19,314 units last month as against 22,191 units during the corresponding month in 2018 with 13 per cent volume drop.
The Baleno slotted in second with 18,047 units of domestic sales and only recorded 3 per cent volume decline as 18,649 units were retailed in November 2019. The Dzire, on the other hand, managed to garner 17,659 units as against 21,037 units during the same month last year with 16 per cent YoY de-growth.
|Maruti Model (+/-%)||November 2019 Sales||November 2018 Sales|
|Maruti Suzuki Swift (-13%)||19,314||22,191|
|Maruti Suzuki Baleno (-3%)||18,047||18,649|
|Maruti Suzuki Dzire (-16%)||17,659||21,037|
|Maruti Suzuki Alto (-19%)||15,086||18,643|
|Maruti Suzuki Wagon-R (+30%)||14,650||11,311|
|Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza (-16%)||12,033||14,378|
|Maruti Suzuki S-Presso||11,220||New Launch|
|Maruti Suzuki Ertiga (+18%)||7,537||6,362|
|Maruti Suzuki Celerio (-21%)||6,651||8,371|
|Maruti Suzuki XL6||2,195||New Launch|
|Maruti Suzuki Ignis (-25%)||1,692||2,285|
|Maruti Suzuki Ciaz (-62%)||1,448||3,838|
|Maruti Suzuki S-Cross (-38%)||1,439||2,325|
The Alto came home fourth as it posted 15,086 units as against 18,643 units in November 2018 with 19 per cent sales slump. Having led the sales charts for 15 consecutive years, the Alto was announced to have crossed the two crore sales mark a few days ago. The Wagon R, which had its latest iteration introduced in Jan 2019, ended up fifth.
The third-generation of the tall hatchback is one of the major contributors for Maruti Suzuki as it along with S-Presso has been doing a handy job in the volume space. Last month, the Wagon R managed 30 per cent YoY sales increase as 14,650 units were retailed against 11,311 units during the same month in 2018.
The Vitara Brezza, despite posting 16 per cent YoY decline, continued to get ahead of Hyundai Venue for the third consecutive month with 12,033 units in November 2019. The S-Presso, positioned below the Vitara Brezza as the smallest SUV within the domestic range, was not far away either as it posted 11,220 units.
The second-generation Ertiga, launched late last year, has been well-received among customers and it registered 18 per cent YoY volume increase with 7,537 units. The Celerio continued to see the downward sales curve as 6,651 units were sold against 8,371 units with YoY de-growth of 21 per cent.
The recently launched XL6 sold 2,195 units while the Ignis, Ciaz and S-Cross registered 1,692, 1,448 and 1,439 units respectively with 25, 62 and 38 per cent YoY de-growths.