The new generation Ertiga is the best selling seven-seater model in November followed by Bolero, Innova Crysta and the new Marazzo
The seven-seater cars segment performed really well in November when compared to other body styles as new models like Ertiga and Marazzo has started well while other established models like Innova Crysta, Bolero, Scorpio and Fortuner continue to post good numbers even though the market has slow down considerably.
Maruti Suzuki introduced the new generation Ertiga last month and the company sold 6632 units to take the lead in the 7-seater segment as the MPV registered 36 per Year-on-Year growth. When compared to October, Ertiga posted 359 per cent month-on-month growth. The Bolero has managed to maintain its second position as Mahindra sold 5582 units last month with a 14 per cent growth.
|S.No||Top 10 Selling 7-Seater Cars Of November 2018||No. of Units Sold|
|1||Maruti Suzuki Ertiga||6632|
|3||Toyota Innova Crysta||5425|
|7||Mahindra XUV 500||1032|
|9||Tata Safari Storme||457|
The Innova Crysta registered marginal negative growth last month but lost the top position as the company has managed to sell 5425 units and finished behind the Bolero even though sales difference of the two models are small. The Marazzo is off to a good start as the company sold 3387 units last month as the MPV is selling an average of 3500 units from the beginning.
Mahindra revised the features list of lower variants of Scorpio last month, which has helped the SUV to finish in top 5 as the company sold 2906 units. The Fortuner also registered minor negative growth like Innova Crysta but sales are still strong and the SUV continues to lead the premium segment.
The XUV500 is maintaining its average sales of 1000-1500 units as the company sold 1032 units to finish in the seventh position and the SUV registered negative growth of 16 per cent as some customers might prefer the bigger Alturas G4, which is priced above the XUV. Tata Motors has managed to sell 487 units of Hexa and sales are not stable for the MPV.
The Safari Storme finished in 9th position but still managed to post 111 per cent growth. Ford aggressive strategy of deleting and adding new features for Endeavour is not helping as the SUV registered negative growth of 21 per cent last month with sales of 433 units. The updated Endeavour is expected to arrive next year, which will improve sales.