Maruti Suzuki: Maruti Suzuki's sales grew by 14 percent year on year basis. In January 2022, 1,47,348 units were sold, compared to 1,28,924 in January 2022. Baleno, Ertiga, Swift, and Wagon R are making way.
Hyundai: Hyundai Motor India sold 50,106 vehicles in January 2023, up from 44,022 in the same month the previous year.
Mahindra: Mahindra sold 33,040 units last month, compared to 19,964 units sold a year ago. Because to the high demand for Thar, Xuv 700, and the new Scorpion N.
Top 10 cars sold in January 2023
- 1Maruti Alto - 21,411
- 2Maruti WagonR - 20,466
- 3Maruti Swift - 16,440
- 4Maruti Baleno - 16,357
- 5Tata Nexon - 15,567
- 6Hyundai Creta - 15,037
- 7Maruti Brezza - 14,359
- 8Tata Punch - 12,006
- 9Maruti Eeco - 11,709
- 10Maruti Dzire - 11,317
Toyota: Toyota Kirloskar Motor sells 12,835 units in total. Toyota Fortuner, Toyota Legender, Toyota Innova Hycross, and even the Toyota Glanza contributed to the company's great performance. In January 2022, there was a 75% increase in wholesales.
Tata: Tata sold 48,289 units in January, placing third in sales. Sales have increased by around 18.0%. (Due to Tata Tiago, Altroz, Nexon, Harrier, New Safari, and Tigor's all-new car portfolio with best-in-class 4 / 5 star safety ratings and all-new design language and build quality.)
MG Motors: In January of current year, MG Motors sold 4,114 units. MG Motor India's sales have decreased by 4.5% year on year (YoY).