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Old 20th January 2020, 08:32   #16
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TOP TEN Cars in sales - 2019

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Full Break-up in sales and leaders in their respective segments : 2019

1. Premium Sedan : Honda Civic

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2. Compact SUV : Vitara Brezza

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3. MUV: Maruti Suzuki Ertiga - A segment that is generating a lot of interest.

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4. Mid SUV: Hyundai Creta

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5.Luxury Sedan : Skoda Superb

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6. Premium Hatchback : Baleno

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7. Compact Hatchback: Swift

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8.Premium SUV/MUV segment: Toyota Fortuner

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9. Entry Hatch : Alto

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10.Van : EECO

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11. Compact Sedan: Dzire

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12. Executive Sedan : Ciaz

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13: Lifestyle Off-roading segment: Mahindra Thar

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Old 4th February 2020, 11:06   #17
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Segment wise break-up of FY-19 sales :

-12.5% of the overall passenger cars sales is from Premium Hatch segment

- The Premium Hatch segment is also facing stiff competition from Compact SUV space as the customers can upgrade to SUV at a small price difference.

- Compact/ MID SUV's along with MPV's are the growing segments

- Executive segments ( Ciaz,City..etc) are the worst hit and could erode further

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Japanese continue to dominate the Indian car market scene, now Chinese invasion has just begun.

- Flash back of the last decade, foreign car brands like Fiat, General Motors stopped selling cars in India

- In the last couple of years, several foreign car brands like Kia Motors, MG Motor have entered the Indian market and have seen initial success

- Global carmakers like Peugeot, FAW Haima, Great Wall Motors are also gearing up to enter the Indian market in the near future.

-Japanese car brands' share grew 8.09% in last one decade

The Indian car market has been long dominated by the Japanese car brands, including the Maruti Suzuki, Toyota, Honda and Nissan. In the financial year 2009-2010, these four Japanese carmakers sold 996,735 units as combined, accounting for a market share of 51.12 per cent, while in the current fiscal, in the first ten months (April 2019 - January 2020), the Japanese carmakers have sold 14,09,614 units, accounting for 59.21 per cent of the cumulative sales in the passenger vehicle segment of the country.
The stake in the pie has not increased significantly in the last ten years.

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Homegrown automakers like Tata Motors Mahindra & Mahindra and Force Motors have lost nearly half of the market share in the ongoing fiscal compared to what they had in the FY2010
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Ten years ago, Hyundai was the only South Korean car brand representing in the Indian market. In FY'2010, the market share of the company was 16.15 per cent. Now, with Kia, a subsidiary of the Hyundai entered the Indian market, the total market share for the Korean brands have grown to 20.13 per cent.
American car brands' share in the Indian market was not great ten years ago, but with General Motors stopped selling Chevrolet branded cars in the country back in 2017, their market stake dropped by more than 50 per cent.
European car brands' are majorly restricted to the luxury segment in India. Brands like Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar & Land Rover and the Swedish Volvo represents complete domination in the luxury space. Apart from that, Volkswagen and Skoda too are there
In the FY'2010, market share for the European car brands in India was mere 2.80 per cent, while in the current financial year, it has risen to 5.18 per cent with 123,219 units sold cumulatively between April 2019 - January 2020

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Petrol vs Diesel vs Electric/Hybrid figures for 2019

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