September 2019 Indian Car Sales


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September 2019 Indian Car Sales

Top Ten Hot Selling Cars in September 2019

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Manufacturers' Market Share in September 2019

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Datsun September 2019 Indian Car Sales

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Fiat September 2019 Indian Car Sales

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Ford September 2019 Indian Car Sales

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Honda September 2019 Indian Car Sales

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Hyundai September 2019 Indian Car Sales

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Jeep September 2019 Indian Car Sales

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Kia September 2019 Indian Car Sales

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Mahindra September 2019 Indian Car Sales

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Maruti Suzuki September 2019 Indian Car Sales

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Morris Garage September 2019 Indian Car Sales

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Nissan September 2019 Indian Car Sales

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Renault September 2019 Indian Car Sales

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Skoda September 2019 Indian Car Sales

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Tata Motors September 2019 Indian Car Sales

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Toyota September 2019 Indian Car Sales

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Volkswagen September 2019 Indian Car Sales

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KIA & MG doing well even in this sharp down phase of the automotive sector here is definitely commendable. Hector & Seltos have changed the preferences of the buyers to a large extent and both have been instant success for their respective brand. They are definitely helping MG & KIA to gain foot hold in our market. At a time when established Indian brands are seeing the difficult phase both these new brands are keeping the hopes alive. A brand like Jeep which launched the popular Compass 2+ years ago is facing tough times with both Hector & KIA.

Coming to Honda, I feel Amaze has taken off the sales to a great extent from the likes of Jazz and not a single Brio sold in past 2 months and seeing it's poor performance last year indicates either Honda has no serious plans to launch the next gen model here or maybe they are not very serious about the segment. Moving on, No Accord sold and Civic isn't either flying off is a bad sign for them. CR-V adds salt to injury for Honda again. The SUV wasn't a VFM buy even at launch last year. Only a few loyal buyers stuck with it. Honda seems to have lost it's touch. Civic was once a very popular car here but the new one again seems to have misjudged the market and buyer's expectations. This month's numbers for Civic & CR-V are mainly due to the festive offers and huge discounts for CR-V.

Tata Motors has shown a mixed performance in my view w.r.t the Nexon & Harrier. Hexa now going below 200 units indicates that soon it might be phased out. I believe the BS6 is also a major concern in their minds.

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SIAM Sales Summary: September 2019

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Production

The industry produced a total 14,427,724 vehicles including Passenger Vehicles, Commercial Vehicles, Three Wheelers, Two Wheelers and Quadricycle in April-September 2019 as against 16,645,330 in April-September 2018, registering a de-growth (-) 13.32 percent over the same period last year.

Domestic Sales

The sale of Passenger Vehicles declined by (-) 23.56 percent in April-September 2019 over the same period last year. Within the Passenger Vehicles, the sales for Passenger Cars, Utility Vehicle & Vans declined by (-) 30.30 percent, (-) 3.78 percent and (-) 35.46 percent respectively in April-September 2019 over the same period last year.

The overall Commercial Vehicles segment registered a decline of (-) 22.95 percent in April-September 2019 as compared to the same period last year. Medium & Heavy Commercial Vehicles (M&HCVs) declined by (-) 35.79 percent and Light Commercial Vehicles declined by (-) 14.69 percent in April-September 2019 over the same period last year.

Three Wheelers sales declined by (-) 6.66 percent in April-September 2019 over the same period last year. Within the Three Wheelers, Passenger Carrier sales registered a de-growth of (-) 6.37 percent and Goods Carrier declined by (-) 7.98 percent in April-September 2019 over April-September 2018.

Two Wheelers sales registered a de-growth of (-) 16.18 percent in April-September 2019 over April-September 2018. Within the Two Wheelers segment, Scooters, Motorcycles and Mopeds declined by (-) 16.94 percent, (-) 15.24 percent and (-) 25.33 percent respectively in April-September 2019 over April-September 2018.

Exports

In April-September 2019, overall automobile exports grew by 1.29 percent where Passenger Vehicles and Two Wheelers exports grew by 4.38 percent and 4.10 percent respectively. However Commercial Vehicles and Three Wheelers registered a de-growth of (-) 41.58 percent, and (-) 11.59 percent respectively in April-September 2019 over the same period last year.
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