Passenger cars export decreased by 47.89 percent
According to SIAM, the main reason for the decline in automobile exports was the decrease in exports of Passenger Vehicles. According to the data, passenger vehicle exports fell by 39.38 percent to 4,28,098 units in 2020 from 7,06,159 units in 2019. Passenger cars exports decreased by 47.89 per cent to 2,76,808 units in 2020, compared to 5,31,226 cars exported from India in 2019. Utility vehicles exports fell by 12.60 per cent to 1,49,842 units from 1,71,440 vehicles in 2019.
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SIAM says that the export of two-wheelers (2-wheelers) also decreased in 2020. There was a decline of 12.92 percent and 30,06,589 vehicles were exported. The export of two-wheelers was 34,52,483 vehicles in 2019. Scooter exports fell by 37.28 per cent to 2,33,327 units. During this period, exports of motorcycles fell by 9.87 percent to 27,64,301 units. At the same time, three-wheelers (3-wheelers) exports fell by 27.71 per cent to 3,82,756 units from 5,29,454 units in 2019. SIAM said that commercial vehicles exports fell by 36.80 percent to 44,687 units in 2020 from 70,702 units in 2019.