September 2009 Sales Figures and Analysis

Car sales figures(of all car manufacturers) and analysis in India for the month of September 2009.

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The month of September saw robust sales of 1.69 lakh units with many a manufacturers achieving record sales in the month. The Indian Auto industry seems to have broken-off from the clutches of the deadly recession.

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Hatchbacks:

  1. Alto: 20045 continues its run at the top.
  2. i10 : 12733 makes it to the no.2 spot for the first time.
  3. WagonR: 10882
  4. Indica + Vista: 9858
  5. Swift: 9663 no signs of slowing down inspite of increased competition.
  6.  Santro: 7749
  7.  Ritz: 6280
  8. Spark: 4687 has moved past the 3000 unit mark for the first time.
  9. i20: 4152 most successful amongst the ultra-premium hatches by far.
  10. Estilo: 3847 Intriguing! inspite of the K-series engine still sells less than WagonR.
  11. 800: 3207
  12. Nano: 2524 Selling as much as they can produce!.
  13. A-Star: 1791
  14. Grande Punto: 1502
  15.  Fabia: 913 Not bad after dipping to under 200 in June.
  16. U-VA: 744
  17. Jazz: 504 down from 2032 a couple of months back.
  18. Getz : 364
  19. Fusion: 83
  20. Palio: 10 time to let go?
  21. 500: 2

Entry-Level Sedans

  1. Dzire: 6923 A sedan had never before seen these kind of numbers.
  2. City: 4281 It’s back
  3. Indigo: 3352
  4. Fiesta: 2081 Soldiers on.
  5. Verna: 1624
  6. Accent: 1128 Not bad for such an old car
  7. Linea: 1053
  8. Ikon: 1020
  9. Ambassador: 684 Politicians just can’t have enough of them!
  10. Logan: 510
  11. SX4: 433 Sales were stopped mid-month for engine replacement.
  12. Aveo: 412
  13. Marina: 68 (It’s not a sedan but falls roughly in this segment)

Sedans

  1. Altis: 905 Civic face-lift was unable to make a dent in its numbers!
  2. Civic: 695 up from 229.
  3. Laura: 514 gaining a strong foothold now.
  4. Optra: 319 Surprise, surprise!
  5. Jetta: 221
  6. Octavia: 170 losing steam.
  7. Cedia: 39 Struggling inspite of being such a nice car.
  8. Lancer: 26

Premium Sedans

  1. Accord: 313 back to the top spot, but for how long?
  2. Superb: 257
  3. Passat: 55
  4. Sonata: 52
  5. Camry: 23
  6. Teana: 21

Compact Luxury

  1. C-Class: 254 the three pointed star reigns supreme!
  2. 3 Series: 143
  3. A4: 63

Mid-Size Luxury

  1. 5 Series: 193
  2. E-Class: 98 Lets see if the new E-Class can get the top spot next month.
  3. A6: 61
  4. S80: 10

[G] Super Luxury

  1. 7 Series: 59
  2. S-Class: 49
  3. A8: 6

Sports Cars

  1. Audi TT: 2
  2. BMW 6 Series: 2
  3. Audi R8: 0UNBELIEVABLE!
  4. Innova: 4123
  5. Scorpio: 3631
  6. Xylo: 2140
  7. Sumo: 1498
  8. Tavera: 1329
  9. Jeep: 1006 these age-old Mahindra Jeeps do manage decent numbers in rural areas.
  10. Safari: 850
  11. Commander: 430
  12. Gypsy: 217
  13. Versa: 66
  14. Xenon: 26 So its official India doesn’t buy pick-ups for personal use. That’s more than all its rivals combined!
  15. Endeavour: 221 We like our SUVs extra large
  16. Captiva: 123
  17. Pajero: 100
  18. Outlander: 38
  19. X-Trail: 36
  20. Vitara: 9
  21. CRV: 1 the price hike has really taken its toll
  22. Tucson: 1 Eeveryone said it would be the big seller, but it’s not.
  23. X5: 8 was the segment leader for the last 4 months
  24. X3: 6
  25. XC90: 3
  26. Land Cruiser Prado: 3
  27. Mitsubishi Montero: 2

Vans and UVs

  1. Omni: 8231
  2. Bolero: 8081

SUVs

  1. Fortuner: 676

Premium SUVs

  1. Q7: 63
  2. BMW X6: 22
  3. Land Cruiser: 18
  4. Q5: 10

Mihir Gadre

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