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Maruti, Hyundai led home, export gross sales in April

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Automotive makers Maruti Suzuki India Ltd and Hyundai Motor India Ltd led the business by way of passenger automobile exports final month, Society of Indian Vehicle Producers Affiliation (SIAM) stated on Wednesday.

As per the export knowledge launched by SIAM, Maruti Suzuki had shipped out 18,216 items (17,131 items in April 2021) whereas Hyundai Motors exported 12,200 items final month (10,201 items).

The opposite passenger automobile exporters final month had been: Honda Vehicles India Ltd 2,034 items, FCA India Cars 366 items, Kia Motors India 8,077 items, Mahindra & Mahindra 693 items, Nissan Motor India 1,229 items, Renault India 917 items, Toyota Kirloskar Motor 14 items and Volkswagen India 2,802 items.

In line with SIAM knowledge, final month the producers rolled out 307,506 items (305,952 items) and offered – home 251,581 items (261,633 items), and exports 46,548 items (42,017 items).

“Gross sales of passenger automobiles remains to be under the April 2017 figures, whereas two-wheelers are even under the April 2012 figures. Three-wheelers are but to succeed in regular ranges, as gross sales are nonetheless lower than 50 p.c of April 2016 figures. Producers are working arduous to handle the provider ecosystem with agility and adaptability, as provide aspect challenges continues for the business,” SIAM Director Normal Rajesh Menon stated.

Additional, producers are additionally monitoring the seemingly affect on demand, as a result of latest hike in repo-rates, as it could enhance the lending charges to the purchasers, he added.

In line with SIAM, three-wheeler gross sales final month stood at 20,938 items and that of two-wheelers, it was 1,148,696 items.

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