Tata Motors has sold a total of 44,225 vehicles globally in February of this year. India’s largest automaker registered sales increment of 11% on a YOY, basis. In comparison, the company sold 39,951 vehicles in February 2014. Tata claims that the passenger cars (excluding UVs) and Medium & Heavy Commercial Vehicles (M&HCV) segments have seen appreciable growth by 31% and 34%, respectively.
The Nano is the smallest vehicle made by Tata Motors.
Tata Motors’ February 2015 domestic sales of passenger and commercial vehicles, has witnessed a reasonable growth. The company claims to have sold 40,314 vehicles this February, as compared to 35,315 vehicles sold last February. That is a domestic sales increment of 14%, year-on-year. The picture is not all rosy for the automaker, as the combined sales figure of the vehicles sold this fiscal, stands at 449,802 units. That is a 13% decrease YOY, as the sales number stood at 515,511 vehicles, the previous fiscal.
February 2015 sales of Tata Motors’ M&HCVs are up by 15%, YOY.
February 2015 witnessed Tata Motors passenger vehicles division selling 13,767 units. That is a 22% rise compared to February 2014’s sales of 11,325 units. Sales of utility vehicles saw a dip in sales by 5% (as compared to last year) and the total recorded sales for this year’s February month, was 1,962 units. The combined sales figure in the domestic market for Tata passenger vehicles, are down by 5% and stand at 119,041 units.
Tata Motors commercial vehicles division saw a 11% growth in domestic sales of commercial vehicles. The figure stands at 26,547 units. This includes the sales of 14,357 LCVs (light commercial vehicles) such the Tata Ace and the rest of the 12,190 vehicles constitute of M&HCVs. The former saw a decline in sales by 4%, whereas the latter saw a growth in their sales by 34%, year-on-year. February 2015 vehicular export numbers for Tata Motors stands at 3,911 units, which is 16% lesser than the previous year’s 4,636 units. The combined sales from all the exports remained unchanged at 44,498 units, year-on-year.