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On Monday, Maruti Suzuki, the country's largest car maker, reported 19.5% increase in the total sales in November as opposed to the corresponding month last year while the domestic sales were up by 17% at 1,00,024 units during the period.

The sales of Maruti's mini-passenger segment, which includes vehicles like M800, Alto, A-Star and Wagon R saw a slight decline of 0.8% last month at 37,746 units compared to the 38,040 last year.

The compact car segment of Maruti led the sales in November with the 13.8% increase in sales to 37,339 units from 32,804 last November.

And Maruti's super compact Dzire Tour sales were up by 229.3% during the period to 1,989 units, as against 604 units in November 2013.

Meanwhile, the sales of the utility vehicles - Gypsy, Grand Vitara and Ertiga - witnessed a 5.6% decline at 5,515 in November 2014, from 5,840 units in the corresponding month last year.

However, the sales of the Omni and Eeco vans rose to 12,203 compared to 8,021 units in the same period a year ago, registering a growth of 52.1%.

Also, the sales of Maruti's mid-size sedan posted a growth of 2,516% in November with the newly launched Ciaz and SX4 at 5,232 as compared with the 200 units sold in the same period a year ago.

The export of the company also recorded a growth of 52.7% to 10,123 units as compared to 6,630 in November last year. After announcing the November sales, the shares of Maruti have moved higher on Monday by 2.2% to 3,410 on BSE.