Despite the COVID protocols, the automobile industry in India is booming like never before. New cars from different carmakers have started coming on the top list, and some best selling ars have seen a dip. Amidst all the ups and downs yet again, Maruti Suzuki Alto has topped the sales charts yet again! So, let’s have a look in detail what are the top-selling cars for the month of September.
Maruti Suzuki Alto (12,143 Units)
Yet again, the top spot is taken by one of the most potent and oldest vehicles in the market, the Maruti Suzuki Alto. Launched in 2000, Maruti Alto is doing wonders for the company since its launch. From the day of its launch, Maruti Suzuki Alto has been among the top-selling cars in the market, and still, it indeed is selling the most in India. Though considering the sales of 2020 September, the car has witnessed a dip of about 33%.
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Maruti Suzuki Ertiga (11,308 Units)
The second on the list is another Maruti; taking this spot is the seven seater vehicle, Ertiga. Maruti Suzuki Ertiga is among the most affordable MPV you can buy in the market. Not only family people, but Ertiga is also super common as a taxi. But this time, it is the CNG trim that is famous among taxi drivers. Considering the sales last year, Ertiga saw a jump of 13%, which is okay considering the current situation.
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Kia Seltos (9,583 Units)
There always is a Korean brand in the top ten selling cars in the country. This time around, Kia, Hyundai’s sibling, has surpassed its immediate rival Creta in terms of sales numbers. Standing as the third spot, we have the Kia Seltos. This mere 3 star rated vehicle faired well for the company after its launch. After its launch, this compact SUV did well, but say a sudden dip after a while. But Kia kept pampering the Seltos with minor updates that have allowed the SUV to arrive in the third spot.
Tata Nexon (9,211 Units)
Now, let’s talk about the first vehicle to be on the list that followed the #madeinindia trend. It is the Tata Nexon, that finally has surpassed its arch-rival, Maruti Virata. One of the reasons Nexon is selling big is its crash test rating and the features and the powertrain it offers. That said, the Tata Nexon has seen the most year to year growth since September 2020.
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Hyundai Creta (8,193 Units)
The vehicle that is the best selling SUV in the Hyundai’s stable of cars is the Hyundai Creta. 2015 is when Hyundai brought in the compact SUV in the Indian market. And from day one of its launch, Hyundai Creta has been doing instead well considering the competitive Indian market. But this time, the sales have fallen by about 33% when comparing numbers from September 2020.
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Maruti Suzuki Baleno (8,077 Units)
Talking the 6th spot is another Maruti Suzuki, the Baleno. The hatchback Baleno was launched in 2015 and the people in India have loved the vehicle. The car comes with unique aesthetics and a potent engine making it among the best selling cars in India. But considering the sales numbers from September 2020, the sales have dipped by a whopping 58%.
Hyundai Venue (7,924 Units)
After Tata Nexon, Hyundai Venue is the best selling subcompact SUV in the country. Hyundai Venue comes with a plethora of engine and transmission options. This means there is everything for everyone. From DCT automatic to a convineant iMT. The venue too witnesses a dip in sales when considering the report from September 2020.
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Maruti Suzuki Eeco (7,844 Units)
After reporting each month’s top-selling cars, Eeco is no more a surprise element for us. For those reading the sales report for the first time, let me tell you that Maruti Eeco has been on the list for a long time. Beating many modern-day cars with updated features, Maruti Eeco stands at the 8th position with a sale of 7,844 units.
Maruti Suzuki WagonR (7,632 Units)
If you want fuel economy, practicality, ease of ownership, and shouldn’t cost a dime, Maruti Suzuki WagonR is the way to go. Taking the 9th position with 7,632 units, we have with us Maruti WagonR. Like the Maruti Suzuki Alto, WagonR is among the cars that have seen the Indian automotive industry progress.
Tata Altroz (5,722 Units)
First time taking the spot in the top ten, we have another vehicle that followed the #MadeInIndia, Tata Altroz. Scoring a 5-star rating, Altorz is supposed to be the benchmark of safety in its segment. The safety with the potent engine and transmission combo Tata Altoz is on the 10th spot on the list with 5,722 Units.
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|Car Make/Model||September 2021 Sales Figure||September 2020 Sales Figure||YoY Growth|
|Maruti Suzuki Alto||12,143||18,246||-33.45%|
|Maruti Suzuki Ertiga||11,308||9,982||13.25%|
|Maruti Suzuki Baleno||8,077||19,438||-58.54%|
|Maruti Suzuki Eeco||7,844||11,220||-30.09%|
|Maruti Suzuki WagonR||7,632||17,581||-56.59%|