The year-on-year sales figures for the month of September 2015 have been announced as the new month begins. Most car manufacturers have reported their sales performance, and we have compiled a consolidated report including as many four wheeler manufactures as possible. Let’s have a quick glance at how various carmakers fared in the month of September:
- Ford India sold 22,428 vehicles in combined domestic wholesales and exports in September 2015, compared to 13,742 vehicles in the corresponding month last year, a growth of nearly 63.20%. September 2015 domestic wholesales stood at 8,274 vehicles against 6,786 units in the same month last year, a growth of about 22%. Exports stood at 14,154 vehicles compared to 6,956 units in September 2014, a jump of about 104%.
- Sales of Tata Motors passenger and commercial vehicles (including exports) were lower by 2% at 45,215 units, sold in September 2015, over 46,154 vehicles sold in September 2014. The domestic sale of Tata commercial and passenger vehicles for September 2015 were flat at 40,813 units, over 40,908 vehicles sold in September 2014. Cumulative sales (including exports) for the fiscal at 242,569 units, higher by 2% over 236,670 vehicles, sold last year.
- Hyundai Motor India recorded highest-ever domestic sales of 42,505 units and exports of 14,030 units with cumulative sales of 56,535 units for the month of September 2015. Hyundai grew by 21.3% with its highest-ever monthly domestic sales of 42,505 units,
- Honda Cars India registered monthly domestic sales of 18,509 units in September 2015 against 15,015 units in the corresponding month last year, a growth of about 24%. The company registered a cumulative domestic sales of 97,217 units in first half of FY 15-16 (April -September 2015) against 88,200 units for the corresponding period last year marking a growth of 10%.
- Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) registered an 11% overall growth from January to September 2015 as compared to the corresponding period last year. This cumulative growth can be attributed to growing popularity of the Etios series as well as the success of the new Camry. TKM sold 11,401 units in the domestic market and exported 1,252 units of the Etios in September 2015 when compared to 12,542 units sold in the domestic market and 1,502 units of the Etios exported in September 2014.
- Mahindra & Mahindra announced its auto sales numbers which stood at 42,848 units during September 2015 as against 44,911 units during September 2014. The Passenger Vehicles segment (which includes UVs, Cars and Vans) sold 19,564 units in September 2015 as against 21,141 units during September 2014. The company’s domestic sales stood at 39,693 units during September 2015 as against 42,408 units during September 2014. In September 2015, the Medium and Heavy Commercial Vehicles segment sold 511 units, registering a growth of 184%. Exports for September 2015 stood at 3,155 units, registering a growth of 26%.
Stay tuned for more results.