Even Maruti Suzuki’s utility vehicle space, with the Vitara Brezza, saw a decline of over 25 per cent in May 2019. This could be the effect of effect of the newly launched Hyundai Venue subcompact SUV.
The total sales also include the 2,302 Baleno hatchbacks that Maruti Suzuki has been supplying to Toyota
Maruti Suzuki India, the country’s largest carmaker, today reported yet another de-growth in monthly sales for May 2019. Last month the Indo-Japanese car manufacturer sold a total of just 134,641 units, including domestic and export numbers, compared to the 172,512 vehicles sold in May 2018, registering a decline of 22 per cent. These number also include the 2,302 units of the Baleno hatchbacks that Maruti Suzuki has been supplying to Toyota, which are set to be rebadged and sold as Toyota Glanza, from later this month.
The entry-level segment with the Alto range and old WagonR took the biggest hit with a decline of 57 per cent
Maruti Suzuki India’s sales performance in the domestic market has been equally bad, with the company selling just 121,018
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Publish date : 2019-06-02T09:40:33Z
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