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Old 29th April 2011, 12:48   #1
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Sales report of Indian cars during the last financial year. Courtesy - AutoCar

Tata Nano - 70432 units (132.1% increase)
Maruti 800 - 26485 units (19.8% decrease)
Maruti Alto - 346840 units (47.5% increase)
Maruti Estilo - 52188 units (25.4% increase)
Maruti WagonR - 163019 units (12.5% increase)
Maruti Swift - 140867 units (21.3% increase)
Maruti A Star - 36894 units (14.6% increase)
Maruti Ritz - 68749 units (9% increase)
Hyundai Santro - 82971 units (3.8% decrease)
Hyundai i10 - 161860 units (8.5% increase)
Hyundai Getz - 62 units (99% decrease)
Hyundai i20 - 86126 units (104.4% increase)
Chevy Aveo U-VA - 3432 units (34.7% decrease)
Chevy Spark - 34602 units (18.2% decrease)
Chevy Beat - 34028 units (169.8% increase)
Ford Figo - 78116 units (967.7% increase)
Skoda Fabia - 11078 units (69.4% increase)
VW Polo - 28904 units (5623.6% increase)
Honda Jazz - 4862 units (35.5% decrease)
Tata Indica - 95810 units (16.3% decrease)
HM Ambassador - 6799 units (13.9% decrease)
Fiat Punto - 12752 units (4.2% decrease)
Nissan Micra - 12274 units (NA)
Maruti Dzire - 107955 units (29.1% increase)
Maruti SX4 - 23317 units (48.4% increase)
Toyota Etios - 7694 units (NA)
Mahindra Logan - 10078 units (88.3% increase)
VW Vento - 18381 units (NA)
Honda City - 46631 units (3.6% increase)
Tata Indigo/Marina - 88779 units (56.8% increase)
Mitsubishi Lancer/Cedia - 705 units (3.8% decrease)
Ford Ikon - 3467 units (66.1% decrease)
Ford Fiesta - 13812 units (15% decrease)
Fiat Linea - 9177 units (17.5% decrease)
Chevy Aveo - 3586 units (23.6% decrease)
Hyundai Verna - 18252 units (1.7% increase)
Hyundai Accent - 15404 units (23.6% increase)
Honda Accord - 2446 units (11.8% decrease)
Honda Civic - 5012 units (17.5% decrease)
Maruti Kizashi - 138 units (NA)
Chevy Optra - 4543 units (160.9% increase)
Chevy Cruze - 9040 units (122% increase)
Hyundai Sonata - 263 units (40.2% decrease)
VW Jetta - 3221 units (67.7% increase)
VW Passat - 660 units (28.2% increase)
Toyota Corolla Altis - 10707 units (9.6% increase)
Toyota Camry - 558 units (52.5% increase)
Nissan Teana - 230 units (31.4% increase)
Skoda Superb - 4164 units (31.4% increase)
Skoda Laura - 5907 units (4.3% increase)
Skoda Octavia - 876 units (60.6% decrease)
Honda CRV - 512 units (8% increase)
Mitsubishi Pajero/Montero - 1332 units (6% increase)
Mitsubishi Outlander - 1253 units (214.8% increase)
Ford Endeavour - 3242 units (24.6% increase)
Chevy Captiva - 1732 units (54.1% increase)
Maruti Grand Vitara - 96 units (5.5% increase)
Toyota Fortuner - 11996 units (91% increase)
Toyota Land Cruiser - 249 units (93% increase)
Nissan Xtrail - 456 units (120.3% increase)
Maruti Omni - 92297 units (0.3% decrease)
Maruti Eeco - 64922 units (638.1% increase)
Mahindra Bolero - 81560 units (15% increase)
Mahindra Scorpio - 43439 units (14.1% increase)
Mahindra Xylo - 32054 units (14.5% increase)
Chevy Tavera - 18331 units (19.5% increase)
Force Trax - 7696 units (22.5% increase)
Tata Sumo - 24002 units (4.1% increase)
Maruti Gypsy - 5570 units (45% increase)
Tata Safari - 16170 units (70.6% increase)
Tata Xenon - 0 units (100% decrease)
Tata Aria - 1421 units (NA)
Toyota Innova - 52587 units (11% increase)
Hyundai Santa Fe - 467 units (NA)
Skoda Yeti - 478 units (NA)
Merc E Class - 2437 units (69.6% increase)
Merc S Class - 1131 units (119.2% increase)
Merc C Class - 2613 units (57.7% increase)
Merc M Class - 392 units (NA)
BMW 3 Series - 2398 units (58.4% increase)
BMW 5 Series - 2901 units (99.9% increase)
BMW 7 Series - 556 units (50.7% increase)
BMW X1 - 525 units (NA)
Audi A4 - 1543 units (105.2% increase)
Audi A6 - 997 units (101.4% increase)
Audi TT - 9 units (25% decrease)
Audi A8 - 78 units (136.4% increase)
Audi R8 - 23 units (155.6% increase)
Audi Q5 - 752 units (158.4% increase)
Audi Q7 - 345 units (25% decrease)
Volvo S60 - 23 units (NA)
Volvo S80 - 38 units (51.3% decrease)
Volvo XC60 - 82 units (NA)
Volvo XC90 - 62 units (3.1% decrease)
Porsche 911 - 13 units (0.0)
Porsche Boxster - 8 units (166.7% increase)
Porsche Cayenne - 113 units (34.3% decrease)
Porsche Cayman - 10 units (42.9% increase)
Porsche Panamera - 22 units (175% increase)
VW Beetle - 196 units (16.7% increase)
VW Phaeton - 26 units (NA)

Top 10 Car Companies

1. Maruti Suzuki 1129337 sales in 2010-11
2. Hyundai Motor India 365405 sales in 2010-11
3. Tata Motors 296614 sales in 2010-11
4. M&M 167131 sales in 2010-11
5. General Motors 109294 sales in 2010-11
6. Ford India 98637 sales in 2010-11
7. Toyota 83791 sales in 2010-11
8. Honda 59463 sales in 2010-11
9. VW 51388 sales in 2010-11
10. Skoda 22503 sales in 2010-11

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O teri,Alto is on fire,its just 18565 behind the aggregate sales of all cars of Hyundai put together!!
And when all put together for the bottom 5(Ford India,Toyota,Honda,VW and Skoda),it tops them by 31058!!
Boy,that is sure selling like hot cakes.I wonder what will be the dynamics if MSIL launches the much talked about Cervo and reduces the price of Alto?
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O teri,Alto is on fire,its just 18565 behind the aggregate sales of all cars of Hyundai put together!!
And when all put together for the bottom 5(Ford India,Toyota,Honda,VW and Skoda),it tops them by 31058!!
Boy,that is sure selling like hot cakes.I wonder what will be the dynamics if MSIL launches the much talked about Cervo and reduces the price of Alto?
great observation. I am going to quote this somewhere - I hope you don't mind.
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1. Does this sales report account only for all bookings not entirely delivered or only delivered bookings?
2. Does this report relate to FY Apr 2009-Mar 2010 vs Apr 2010-Mar 2011 % growth?

Also NA would be "Not Applicable" I guess.

Just wanted to highlight since, for example, the known Etios booking reports are 20k+ whereas the figures here are 7k+ and there could be similar situation for other brands also. There is a doubt on what exactly this sales report comprises to get a good grasp of what this translates to.

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Mercedes sold 1131 S class's! For a car thats priced at 80 lakhs starting thats a huge number.Though this might be the oldest among the premium luxury sedan,indians sure have a soft spot for the S class.
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1. Does this sales report account only for all bookings not entirely delivered or only delivered bookings?
2. Does this report relate to FY Apr 2009-Mar 2010 vs Apr 2010-Mar 2011 % growth?

Also NA would be "Not Applicable" I guess.

Just wanted to highlight since, for example, the known Etios booking reports are 20k+ whereas the figures here are 7k+ and there could be similar situation for other brands also. There is a doubt on what exactly this sales report comprises to get a good grasp of what this translates to.
Thanks for your queries.
1. This report is for the delivered vehicles.
2. Yes. That's the comparison

And NA would be "Not Applicable" since these were not available during the previous financial year.
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For everyones ease of reading, arranged the same data in Largest to smallest mode. Enjoy the stats...

(Note: The figures for increse / decrease are in % terms)


Maruti Alto - 346840 units - 47.5 increase
Maruti WagonR - 163019 units - 12.5 increase
Hyundai i10 - 161860 units - 8.5 increase
Maruti Swift - 140867 units - 21.3 increase
Maruti Dzire - 107955 units - 29.1 increase
Tata Indica - 95810 units - 16.3 decrease
Maruti Omni - 92297 units - 0.3 decrease
Tata Indigo/Marina - 88779 units - 56.8 increase
Hyundai i20 - 86126 units - 104.4 increase
Hyundai Santro - 82971 units - 3.8 decrease
Mahindra Bolero - 81560 units - 15 increase
Ford Figo - 78116 units - 967.7 increase
Tata Nano - 70432 units - 132.1 increase
Maruti Ritz - 68749 units - 9 increase
Maruti Eeco - 64922 units - 638.1 increase
Toyota Innova - 52587 units - 11 increase
Maruti Estilo - 52188 units - 25.4 increase
Honda City - 46631 units - 3.6 increase
Mahindra Scorpio - 43439 units - 14.1 increase
Maruti A Star - 36894 units - 14.6 increase
Chevy Spark - 34602 units - 18.2 decrease
Chevy Beat - 34028 units - 169.8 increase
Mahindra Xylo - 32054 units - 14.5 increase
VW Polo - 28904 units - 5623.6 increase
Maruti 800 - 26485 units - 19.8 decrease
Tata Sumo - 24002 units - 4.1 increase
Maruti SX4 - 23317 units - 48.4 increase
VW Vento - 18381 units - NA
Chevy Tavera - 18331 units - 19.5 increase
Hyundai Verna - 18252 units - 1.7 increase
Tata Safari - 16170 units - 70.6 increase
Hyundai Accent - 15404 units - 23.6 increase
Ford Fiesta - 13812 units - 15 decrease
Fiat Punto - 12752 units - 4.2 decrease
Nissan Micra - 12274 units - NA
Toyota Fortuner - 11996 units - 91 increase
Skoda Fabia - 11078 units - 69.4 increase
Toyota Corolla Altis - 10707 units - 9.6 increase
Mahindra Logan - 10078 units - 88.3 increase
Fiat Linea - 9177 units - 17.5 decrease
Chevy Cruze - 9040 units - 122 increase
Force Trax - 7696 units - 22.5 increase
Toyota Etios - 7694 units - NA
HM Ambassador - 6799 units - 13.9 decrease
Skoda Laura - 5907 units - 4.3 increase
Maruti Gypsy - 5570 units - 45 increase
Honda Civic - 5012 units - 17.5 decrease
Honda Jazz - 4862 units - 35.5 decrease
Chevy Optra - 4543 units - 160.9 increase
Skoda Superb - 4164 units - 31.4 increase
Chevy Aveo - 3586 units - 23.6 decrease
Ford Ikon - 3467 units - 66.1 decrease
Chevy Aveo UVA - 3432 units - 34.7 decrease
Ford Endeavour - 3242 units - 24.6 increase
VW Jetta - 3221 units - 67.7 increase
BMW 5 Series - 2901 units - 99.9 increase
Merc C Class - 2613 units - 57.7 increase
Honda Accord - 2446 units - 11.8 decrease
Merc E Class - 2437 units - 69.6 increase
BMW 3 Series - 2398 units - 58.4 increase
Chevy Captiva - 1732 units - 54.1 increase
Audi A4 - 1543 units - 105.2 increase
Tata Aria - 1421 units - NA
Mitsubishi Pajero/Montero - 1332 units - 6 increase
Mitsubishi Outlander - 1253 units - 214.8 increase
Merc S Class - 1131 units - 119.2 increase
Audi A6 - 997 units - 101.4 increase
Skoda Octavia - 876 units - 60.6 decrease
Audi Q5 - 752 units - 158.4 increase
Mitsubishi Lancer/Cedia - 705 units - 3.8 decrease
VW Passat - 660 units - 28.2 increase
Toyota Camry - 558 units - 52.5 increase
BMW 7 Series - 556 units - 50.7 increase
BMW X1 - 525 units - NA
Honda CRV - 512 units - 8 increase
Skoda Yeti - 478 units - NA
Hyundai Santa Fe - 467 units - NA
Nissan Xtrail - 456 units - 120.3 increase
Merc M Class - 392 units - NA
Audi Q7 - 345 units - 25 decrease
Hyundai Sonata - 263 units - 40.2 decrease
Toyota Land Cruiser - 249 units - 93 increase
Nissan Teana - 230 units - 31.4 increase
VW Beetle - 196 units - 16.7 increase
Maruti Kizashi - 138 units - NA
Porsche Cayenne - 113 units - 34.3 decrease
Maruti Grand Vitara - 96 units - 5.5 increase
Volvo XC60 - 82 units - NA
Audi A8 - 78 units - 136.4 increase
Hyundai Getz - 62 units - 99 decrease
Volvo XC90 - 62 units - 3.1 decrease
Volvo S80 - 38 units - 51.3 decrease
VW Phaeton - 26 units - NA
Audi R8 - 23 units - 155.6 increase
Volvo S60 - 23 units - NA
Porsche Panamera - 22 units - 175 increase
Porsche 911 - 13 units - 0
Porsche Cayman - 10 units - 42.9 increase
Audi TT - 9 units - 25 decrease
Porsche Boxster - 8 units - 166.7 increase
Tata Xenon - 0 units - 100 decrease

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The sheer market capitalization by Maruti is mind-blowing! It is amazing how they created a winner in Alto to replace 800 so effectively. It is indeed quite an observation that Alto's sales surpass the entire Hyundai platter!

Btw, where did you source this info from? Asking so we'd know if there is any margin of error (exaggerated sales etc.)

When did the production of Getz exactly stop - 99 seems a very odd no.

I'm unpleasantly surprised that a hot pancake like ANHC had just a ~4% increase. Honda really need to put their act together for a low cost hatch, else they will soon go way bottom in that list.

Amazing stats though - gives a crisp picture of the Indian Automotive scene!
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Breaking the small car fortress of MSIL would need a product pricing keeping the profit books closed. More than the pricing, I think MSIL enjoys the reach all across the country. Remember the old gypsy advertisement featuring Leh : "Maruti service centre milega". Its that sense of peace that no one else provides.
Tata and Hyundai have surely come a long way, but its still a long way to go...long long way to go.I am sure we still have many towns which would be having only MSIL dealers since ages.
But nice stats to get a feel of how the four legged creatures are growing.
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The sheer market capitalization by Maruti is mind-blowing! It is amazing how they created a winner in Alto to replace 800 so effectively. It is indeed quite an observation that Alto's sales surpass the entire Hyundai platter!

Btw, where did you source this info from? Asking so we'd know if there is any margin of error (exaggerated sales etc.)

When did the production of Getz exactly stop - 99 seems a very odd no.

I'm unpleasantly surprised that a hot pancake like ANHC had just a ~4% increase. Honda really need to put their act together for a low cost hatch, else they will soon go way bottom in that list.

Amazing stats though - gives a crisp picture of the Indian Automotive scene!
Got the info from autocar. I had this stats long before they published. Got this through my friend.
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1. Does this sales report account only for all bookings not entirely delivered or only delivered bookings?
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the known Etios booking reports are 20k+ whereas the figures here are 7k+ and there could be similar situation for other brands also. There is a doubt on what exactly this sales report comprises to get a good grasp of what this translates to.
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This report is for the delivered vehicles.
Yes, the sales report do accounts for delivered vehicles only, but there is a catch. It doesn't give the number of vehicles delivered to the end customers, but to the dealers. Remember every car that leaves the factory is "sold" to a dealer. This is the number that is quoted in the Total Sales Report of an OEM as the dealer pays to manufacturer before taking delivery. And obviously, the amount paid by the dealer is less than the Ex-showroom price of the car; this gives the dealer a margin per car.
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