Maruti Suzuki has recorded a 27 percent growth in sales in April. The company sold 1,00,709 units as against 79,119 units in April 2014.
The company, which is India's largest car maker, sold 35,403 units in the mini-passenger segment, which includes M800, Alto, A-Star and Wagon R, Maruti, as against 26,043 units sold in April 2014.
Sales of super-compact Dzire Tour jumped to 1,826 units in April 2015, up from 741 units in April 2014, a growth of 146.4 per cent, while the compact car segment witnessed 8.7 per cent growth at 42,297 units in April 2015, as against 38,926 units in April 2014.
Sales of Maruti Ciaz stood at 4,662 units, compared to 76 units of SX4 sedan in April 2014. The SX4 sedan was a burden on the company, leading to the stoppage of production in September 2014. It was replaced by the launch of Ciaz in the next month.
The sale of utility vehicles Gypsy, Grand Vitara and Ertiga declined 11.2 per cent to 4,452 units in April 2015, as against 5,011 units in the corresponding month last year.
Maruti Omni and Eeco together recorded a sale of 12,069 units in April 2015, as compared to 8,322 units in April 2014, a growth of 45 per cent.
Exports of the company rose to 11,039 units in April as against 7,077 units in April 2014.
|Swift, Ritz, Celerio, Dzire||42297|
|Gypsy, Grand Vitara,Ertiga||4452|
|Total Domestic Sales||100709|
|Total Export Sales||11039|
|Total Sales (Domestic + Export)||111748|