Tata Motors Global Sales Increased by 3% in January 2017


Tata Motors global sales, which includes JLR, has increased by 3% in January 2017 as 95,081 units were sold against 93,555 in the same time last year

Tata Motors has seen rise of 3 percent in its global sales in January 2017 with 95,081 sold units. This success also includes the Jaguar Land Rover vehicles. The automobile conglomerate stated that it retailed 93,555 vehicle in the same month last year.

Globally, Tata Motors’ passenger car sales witnessed increase of 9 percent as well as 61,918 units were sold against 56,616 units in January 2016. The sales of Tata Motors owned British luxury brand Jaguar Land Rover has grew by 7 percent. Last month, the automaker sold 48,740 units globally compared to 45,535 units in the same month of 2016.

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While Tata Motors has seen success in the passenger vehicles segment, sales of commercial vehicles have dropped by 8 percent globally. In January 2016, the automaker sold 36,739 examples of commercial vehicles across the world but it was over 2,700 units more than what was managed in the corresponding period this year.

To strengthen its business, Tata Motors is taking several steps. It has partnered with FCA and will share the powertrain and other technology in near future – probably the Tata Q501 adapting Jeep Compass’ engine. Apart from that, the Indian automaker is focusing on more premium and global models.

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Last month, Tata launched the Hexa crossover which grabbed everyone’s attention and managed to sell nearly 1,500 units. It also plans to roll out several other attractive cars including the Nexon compact SUV, Kite-5 (Tigor) compact sedan next month and Tiago Aktiv crossover.

Apart from these models, the automaker is also working on its upcoming flagship SUV Q501. The SUV will share its platform with Land Rover Discovery Sport. Tata Motors has also announced that it will roll out 7-8 cars based on 2 modular platforms. These strategies are expected to give the company’s sales significant boost in the approaching years.