Tata Beats Mahindra To Become Third Largest Carmaker In India

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Tata Motors have seen its sales surging thanks to the arrival of new models like Tiago, Tigor and Nexon

Tata Motors have become the third largest carmaker in terms of sales in November 2018. In the passenger vehicle segment of Indian auto market, this homegrown brand has beaten Mahindra in last month’s sales result as it retailed a total of 17,157 units compared to Mahindra’s 16,030 units. Tata also posted a sales growth of 35% compared to same month last year as it sold 12,736 units in the same month in 2016.

On the other hand, Mahindra has registered 21% growth in last month compared to same month last year. Tata’s latest success is largely attributed to the new models in its portfolio that include Tiago, Tigor, Hexa and Nexon. Thanks to the introduction of these cars, Tata Motors has seen a significant sales surge.

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Interestingly, all the new Tata models sit in those categories where demand is always high. Interestingly, difference between Tata and Mahindra’s sales result in November 2018 is not pretty big and the scenario could easily change in coming months, as Mahindra is gearing up to launch some exciting products in near future.

Tata Motors has seen immense success with its new models like Tiago, Tigor and Nexon. The automaker just rolled out its 10,000th Nexon from the assembly line. To cater the high demand, it has ramped up production for this compact SUV. All these new models come wearing a completely fresh design language that makes them very appealing and modern.

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Currently, Tata is working on a range of new products that include the X451 premium hatchback and a new sedan based on this hatchback. Apart from that, a new five seater SUV codenamed as Q501 and a seven seater model codenamed as Q502 are also on card. With the arrival of these models, Tata aims to grab larger chunk in the passenger vehicle segment of Indian auto market.