Passenger car sales have seen a decline of more than 36 percent in September 2021. From Maruti Suzuki to Hyundai, Kia and Mahindra, all majors have registered a decline as compared to September last year. However, Nissan, Skoda and Jeep have been the three companies that have registered more than 100 percent growth in September. Let us know the sales figures (in the domestic market) of these companies that turned the tables in September:
Nissan registers 261% growth
The biggest growth company in September 2021 is Nissan Motors. Last month, the company sold 2,816 units, while in September 2020, the company sold a total of 780 vehicles. In this way, the growth of Nissan was 261 percent. The company has got this success due to its sub-compact SUV Nissan Magnite. According to the company, this car has received more than 65 thousand bookings so far. Nissan ranked 11th in the list of top 20 vehicles.
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These two companies also did wonders
Jeep has been at the second position in the list of most growing car companies. Jeep’s total sales in September 2021 stood at 1,311 units as against 537 units in September 2020. In this way, the growth of Jeep was 136%. Similarly, Skoda, which is ranked third, has registered a growth of 130 percent. Skoda’s total sales in September 2021 stood at 3,027 units as against 1,312 units in September 2020.
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The biggest decline in these 3 companies
Now let’s also talk about 3 such companies which have registered the biggest decline in September 2021. Ford is at the first position, which has registered a decline of 100 percent with sales of 0 units. The country’s largest car company Maruti Suzuki was at number two in the list. Its overall domestic sales in September declined by 57.33 per cent to 63,111 units. Similarly, Hyundai Motors, which has registered a decline of over 34 per cent, sold 33,087 units in the domestic market last month.