Maruti Suzuki, the nation’s largest carmaker reported complete gross sales of 1.59 lakh or 1,59,691 models in April 2021, which incorporates home gross sales of 1,37,151 models, and exports of 17,237 models. According to a regulatory submitting by the corporate to the BSE on Saturday, May 1, Maruti Suzuki registered a pointy restoration in gross sales as towards the corresponding month final 12 months when the nation was below the primary section of lockdown to battle the COVID-19 pandemic. (Also Read: Maruti Suzuki Sales Drop 6.7% In 2020-21, 1.67 Lakh Units Sold In March )
The carmaker’s complete gross sales, together with home gross sales and export in April 2019 stood at 1,43,245. This implies that Maruti Suzuki’s complete gross sales in April 2021 surpassed the corresponding month’s stage of 2019
Maruti Suzuki didn’t promote any vehicles domestically in the identical month final 12 months and exported 632 automobiles after the federal government introduced the nationwide lockdown in March 2020. The lockdown introduced home gross sales to a halt and restoration was witnessed solely after restrictions eased in direction of the second half of final 12 months.
According to the assertion, 25,041 models of mini passenger automobiles together with Alto, S-Presso had been offered in April 2021. 72,318 models of compact passenger automobiles together with WagonR, Swift, Celerio, Ignis, Baleno, Dzire, Tour S had been offered final month, whereas 1,567 models of mid-sized Ciaz had been offered in April 2021.
Overall, the entire home gross sales, together with the passenger car gross sales and light-weight industrial automobiles stood at 1,37,151 models, in comparison with zero within the year-ago interval. Meanwhile, the entire home gross sales registered in April 2019 stood at 1,33,704 models. this means that Maruti Suzuki’s home gross sales in April 2021 have surpassed the corresponding month’s mark of 2019.
On Friday, April 30, shares of Maruti Suzuki settled 1.65 per cent decrease at Rs 6,459.80 apiece on the BSE. On the NSE, its shares settled 1.94 per cent decrease at Rs 6,438.35 apiece on Friday.