Top 10 selling sedans in November 2017 saw Maruti Dzire strengthening its stand ahead of C-segment’s Ciaz, Verna and City
The top position in the best-selling sedans chart has witnessed the recently launched Dzire recording almost twice as much sale as its closest finisher. For the sixth month in a row the Dzire has assumed its top status among sedans and only lies second to the industry leading Alto.
Standing as an exemplary to the buyers’ approval of new launches, Hyundai Verna has outsmarted the established Honda City for third with 3,751 units while Maruti Ciaz pipped the Korean sedan in the C-segment by just 258 units to grab second position.
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|1. Maruti Suzuki Dzire||22,492|
|2. Maruti Suzuki Ciaz||4,009|
|3. Hyundai Verna||3,751|
|4. Honda City||3,315|
|5. Hyundai Xcent||2,841|
|6. Tata Tigor||2,564|
|7. Toyota Etios||2,116|
|8. Honda Amaze||1,976|
|9. Volkswagen Ameo||1,348|
|10. Ford Figo Aspire||1,151|
In a similar way to the premium hatchback segment where Baleno and Elite i20 fight toe-to-toe, the sedan segment has seen Ciaz and City running closer to each other from the very beginning. However, in November 2017, Ciaz and the new-gen Verna had the upper hand and pushed the City to fourth with a total sale of 3,315 units.
At fifth position, the Xcent subcompact sedan has always played second-fiddle to the Maruti Dzire in its segment with 2,841 examples being retailed in the eleventh month of the year. Despite very less selling numbers compared to the Dzire, the Xcent is running strongly in its position in its segment ahead of the rest of the competitors.
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However, the Tigor could snatch fifth by the looks of things in the coming months as Tata delivered just 277 units fewer of its subcompact sedan than the Xcent. Down the line, its Zest sibling has been relegated out of the top ten as Etios moved up to seventh with 2,116 units.
Despite being a capable sedan, the Figo Aspire could finish only tenth with 1,151 examples. With a facelift expected early next year, Honda Amaze ended up eighth with 1,976 units ahead of Volkswagen’s Ameo.