New Delhi:Country’s biggest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India Confined (MSIL) on Wednesday reported a decline of 19.1% in its domestic passenger automobile gross sales to 109,726 models in November 2021. The enterprise experienced sold 135,775 models in November very last yr.
Total domestic gross sales (like passenger motor vehicles and light business motor vehicles) for Maruti Suzuki stood at 113,017 models in November 2021, as in opposition to 138,956 models in November very last yr.
The shortage of digital elements experienced a minor impression on the manufacturing of motor vehicles during the thirty day period. The shortage principally afflicted the manufacturing of motor vehicles sold in the domestic current market. The Enterprise took all probable actions to minimise the impression, MSIL reported in a regulatory filing.
The automaker posted complete gross sales of 139,184 models in November 2021, which contains domestic gross sales of 113,017 models, gross sales to other OEMs at 4,774 models and exports of 21,393 models.
The mini passenger motor vehicles Alto and S-Presso clocked seventeen,473 unit gross sales in November 2021, when compared to 22,339 models in November 2020. Compact passenger motor vehicles like Baleno, Celerio, Dzire Ignis, Swift, Tour S, and WagonR logged 57,019 models in the thirty day period less than assessment, in opposition to seventy six,630 models in November very last yr.
MSIL recorded 24,574 unit gross sales of its UVs which consist of Ertiga, Gypsy, S-Cross, Vitara Brezza, XL6, as in opposition to 23,753 models in November 2020. Income for the mid-sizing Ciaz segment stood at 1,089 models during the thirty day period less than assessment when compared to 1,870 models in the corresponding thirty day period very last yr.
On Tuesday, Maruti Suzuki introduced a price tag hike of INR eight,000 for its non-cargo variants of Eeco van.