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Top 10 Selling Cars October 2021 | Punch on 🔥

October 2021 has been a great month for the automotive market in India and you would be surprised to see an entry in the list of the top 10 selling cars while you go through the list. We are talking about none other than the Tata Punch that has made its way to the list of the top 10 most selling cars for the month of October 2021! All of us know that this car was launched recently and most probably is the first one to climb to the list of top 10 within a month of its launch! Well, here are the top 10 selling cars for the month of October 2021.

  1. Maruti Suzuki Alto (17,389 Units)


    Now that we have already spied an updated version of the Maruti Suzuki Alto that will hit the market soon, we would like to tell you, people, to wait for a while before buying the already existing Alto. This design has been in the market for a long period now. Now that MSIL has decided to update the design finally, Alto will definitely get a better sales number. For October 2021, Alto closed at 17,389 units.

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  2. Maruti Suzuki Baleno (15,573 Units)

    Baleno | 2nd Position | Car sales report January 2020
    Baleno | 2nd Position | Car sales report January 2020

    With the silver medal, is the Baleno. Looking at the sales figure of 15,573 units, the YoY drop is almost 29% and what we can say is that Baleno is still doing good in the market. Now that we have so much competition in each segment, Baleno ranking among the top sellers is definitely an achievement for Maruti Suzuki!

  3. Maruti Suzuki Ertiga (12,923 Units)

    Rebadged cars under the Toyota-Suzuki Alliance
    Maruti Suzuki Ertiga

    The only MPV in the Indian market that gives you the pocket-friendly CNG option. Ertiga, being one of the most successful MPVs in the Indian market, has always been on the list of top 10 selling cars. For October 2021, Ertoga ended up selling 12,293 units with a YoY growth of a whopping 66.79%!

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  4. Maruti WagonR (12,923 Units)

    Maruti Suzuki WagonR
    Maruti Suzuki WagonR

    Moving on, we have Maruti’s tallboy that has been India’s favourite hatch for a very long time now! In this world of rising fuel prices, the economy is what all of us need. WagonR is among the most practical cars in the country. If you are a WagonR owner, you would surely agree to what I just quoted. It might lack a bit on the safety aspect but still manages to sell a good amount each month. Unfortunately, WagonR saw a YoY drop of almost 34%!

  5. Hyundai Venue (10,554 Units)

    Updated Hyundai Venue
    Updated Hyundai Venue

    First Hyundai on the list this time is the Hyundai Venue. With a sale of 10,554 units, Venue is 5th on the list for the month of October 2021. In a piece of recent news, we told you that an updated version of the Venue has also been spied but there is no clear timeline about its arrival in India. Well, this car has been selling in good numbers and while it continues to do so, the YoY growth sums up to 19.55%!

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  6. Kia Seltos (10,488 Units)

    Kia Seltos
    Kia Seltos

    Another Korean car on the list is the Kia Seltos. With a sale of 10,488 units, Kia Seltos reported YoY growth of 17.84%. Well, the main thing to notice here is that Seltos has finally made its way ahead of Creta in terms of sales which is indeed a very good thing to see. What do you think about Creta’s de-growth this time?

  7. Maruti Eeco (10,320 Units)

    The Real MPV: Eeco
    The Real MPV: Eeco

    This has now become our favourite! Well, Eeco always stands strong among the top-selling cars. Other machines, despite the feature availability and performance, are not able to beat Eeco in terms of sales figures. Well, Eeco is another practical car if you are eyeing a commercial or a cargo vehicle. With a sale of 10,320 units this time, Eeco recorded a 22.46% YoY de-growth.

  8. Tata Nexon (10,096 Units)

    tata nexon
    tata nexon

    Tata’s steel solid car, the Nexon is also among the top-selling cars for October 2021. With a sale of 10,096 units, Nexon ended up at the 8th rank with a YoY growth of 46.57%! Well, that’s a great figure and we know Tata is going places with their new and improved lineup in the Indian market.

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  9. Maruti Suzuki Swift (9,180 Units)

    top selling cars june 2021
    Maruti Suzuki Swift

    On the second last rank, we have the Maruti Suzuki Swift. This car has been seen in the top 5 regularly but this time, there has been a drop in the sale numbers for the Swift. What do you think could be the possible reason for this? Don’t forget to put your thoughts down in the comments section below. With a sale of 9,180 units and a YoY change de-growth of 62.67%, Swift experienced a major fall today!

  10. Tata Punch (8,453 Units)

    Tata Punch | Credits- Autocar
    Tata Punch | Credits- Autocar

    Big breaking! Tata’s Punch has made its way to the top 10 within the first month of its sales! The Punch seems to be a very promising vehicle and seeing the buzz it has already created in the market, Punch seems to be on fire already! Are you among the ones who have booked or already got your Punch delivered? do let us know in the comments section below!

Here is the tabular representation of the above data.

Car Make/Model October 2021 Sales  October 2020 Sales YoY Change
Maruti Alto 17,389 17,850 -2.58%
Maruti Baleno 15,573 21,971 -29.12%
Maruti Ertiga 12,923 7,748 66.79%
Maruti WagonR 12,335 18,703 -34.05%
Hyundai Venue 10,554 8,828 19.55%
Kia Seltos 10,488 8,900 17.84%
Maruti EECO 10,320 13,309 -22.46%
Tata Nexon 10,096 6,888 46.57%
Maruti Swift 9,180 24,589 62.67%
Tata Punch 8,453

*Source- RushLane

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