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Old 25th May 2016, 08:13   #16
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Maruti Suzuki reeling with capacity constraints decides to prioritize the newer models like Vitara Brezza and Baleno to improve margins . Further ramps up Brezza production.

Though the Swift and Dzire are still holding in demand Maruti Suzuki reduces its production to accommodate the new kids - Baleno and Brezza.

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the new in-demand Vitara Brezza crossover would be favoured over legacy models in the coming months to improve the margin. Since these products are new, they command a premium and are offered without discounts. So, though the Swift twins are in demand, focusing production capacity on the more premium new models would help Maruti maximize its profit margin for the same total sales volume.

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Does this include the export volumes too? I would assume that if it is exports also put together, Ford, Renault etc. should be doing better.
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Auto Industry's production statistics - 2016.

Ranking based on production output.

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While some Auto companies are focused on the domestic markets, those have lower domestic market share run on export volumes for capacity utilization. GM, Ford , Nissan , VW lead the pack in this category.

Production utilization - Export driven.

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^ ^ ^ Why is there such a large disparity (in the total production numbers for many manufacturers) between the two tables?

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^ ^ ^ Why is there such a large disparity (in the total production numbers for many manufacturers) between the two tables?
The difference in the two tables is due to the differing timeline considered. While the first table shows the Production Statistics of the OEMs b/w Jan'16-Dec'16 (Calendar Year); the second table highlights the data of Production b/w Apr'16-Jan'17 (YTD Fiscal Year 2016-17).
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