In Top 10 Selling Cars in July 2015 in India, Maruti Swift Dzire emerges as the Country Best Selling Car Again.
Maruti Suzuki has been the unbeaten leader in terms of sales in the country and in Top 10 selling Cars in July 2015, 6 Out of 10 cars belongs to Maruti Suzuki. From some recent months, there is only slightly changes seen in the ranking of Top 10 car sales list but, this time, 3 car’s disappeared from the list, i.e. Honda Amaze, Honda City & Hyundai Xcent as these cars made way for the July launched All New Honda jazz & Hyundai’s first-ever Crossover ‘Creta’ in India.
Maruti’s all time favorite mini MUV ‘Omni’ also returned to the list after a very long time. The month of July witnessed a strong growth as Maruti Suzuki registered 22% YOY growth, Hyundai witnessed 25% growth, Honda Cars India 18%, Volkswagen India registered 18% growth, Tata Motors 13%, Toyota India 1% where Mahindra & Mahindra sales fell by 13% in July 2015.
10New Honda Jazz
Launched on July 8th in India, Honda Jazz took only 22 days to mark its entry in the list of Top 10 Selling Cars in July 2015 as Honda Cars India retails 6,676 units, but Honda City & Amaze disappeared from the list as the production of both cars halted to meet the demand of recently launched Jazz.
Launched on 21st July, Hyundai India successfully dispatched 6,783 units of Creta across the country stuns everyone, with over 20,000 pending bookings, it seems the sales numbers of Creta will increase in coming months. Hyundai Creta beats it’s so-called rival Renault Duster by 5,778 units means only 1,005 units of Duster sold in July 2015, Creta also surpasses Scorpio, XUV500 & Safari by huge margins. 3,381 Scorpio, 3105 XUV500, 3,885 Ecosports, 1,029 Safari and 645 Nissan Terrano sold in July 2015. However things might change in the coming months for Hyundai Creta as Maruti is all set to launch S-cross in India this week which likely to become the Arch rival to Creta.
8Maruti Suzuki Omni
Maruti Suzuki Omni is the oldest car in the Maruti lineup. 7,436 units of Maruti omni sold in July 2015 and register a growth of 17% as 6,342 units sold last month, Omni hold the 7th spot in the list of Top 10 selling Cars in July 2015.
7Maruti Suzuki Celerio
Launched at Auto Expo last year with AMT transmission, Maruti Celerio is the only car in India, which is available in all fuel options and in AMT as well, it is also runs on the worlds super compact diesel engine weights only 89kg and currently hold the India’s most fuel efficient car titles. Maruti sold 7,784 units of celery as against 6,394 last year in the same month, Celerio registered 22% growth YOY.
6Hyundai Grand I10
Hyundai Motors sold 8,691 units of Grand i10 and register a growth of around 24% YOY as 7,023 units of Grand i10 sold in the same month last year, Grand I10 holds 6th spot.
5Hyundai Elite I20
Hyundai Elite I20 is the most selling model in Hyundai India portfolio and it helps Hyundai to achieve a good positive growth despite the fact that the sales volume declining day by day of Xcent & Verna in India. Hyundai India sold 10,031 units of Elite I20 in July 2015 and register the huge growth of 530% as only 1,593 units of I20 sold last year.Hyundai Elite I20 holds 5th spot in the list.
4Maruti Suzuki Wagon R
Maruti Suzuki Wagon R holds 4th Spot in the list for several months, even for years, WagonR’s tall boy design makes it different from all other models and now, is the only tall boy mini hatchback in India. Maruti Suzuki retailed 15,540 units compared to the 11,762 units in the same month last year and registered the growth of 32% YOY.
3Maruti Suzuki Swift
Maruti Suzuki Swift, the moneymaker machine from country leading car manufacturer, hold the 3rd spot as 18,870 units sold compared to the 15,703 units, Swift registered 20% growth YOY.
2Maruti Suzuki Alto
Maruti Suzuki retails 22,212 units of Alto 800 and Alto K10 to register 31% growth. In last July, Maruti Suzuki sold 16,997 units of both Alto Cars.
1Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire
Maruti Suzuki retails 1 millionth Dzire in July 2015, holds top Spot in the list of Top 10 Selling Cars in July 2015. Maruti Suzuki retails 23,086 units and registered the growth of 24% on it. Last year, Maruti retailed 18,634 units of Dzire.