SIAM Director General Rajesh Menon said that Passenger vehicles shipments decreased by 43.1 percent to 3,28,360 units from April 2020 to January 2021 as against 5,77,036 units in the same period of FY 2019-20. However, passenger vehicle exports showed an increase of 1.15 percent in January 2021 over the previous year. In the midst of the Corona crisis, January 2021 can be called the first month of growth in passenger vehicle exports.
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Maruti Suzuki India has the most exports
In January 2021, Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) exported 12,345 units, which was 29.92 percent of total vehicle exports. After this, Hyundai Motor India sent 8,100 units abroad last month, which was 19 percent less than the same month last year. Nissan Motor India exported 4,198 units. After this Kia Motors exported 3,618 units and Ford India 2,983 units. Hyundai exported 82,121 units during the period April to January in this financial year, down 47.01 percent from the year-ago period.
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Passenger vehicle sales up 11 percent in domestic market
Maruti compared to April-January period of FY 2019-20 To 72,166 units foreign It was 15.55 percent less than last year. Ford India (42,758), Kia Motors (32,138), General Motors India (28,619), Volkswagen India (28,368) and Nissan (21,938) were the other major passenger vehicle exporters in the country during the current financial year. Passenger vehicle wholesale in the domestic market saw an increase of 11.14 percent. Where in january 2020 2,48,840 units were sold. At the same time, it increased in January 2021 2,76,554 units raised. Talk about the segment sale during April 2020-January 2021 20,54,428 units were sold, which was 13.2 percent less than 20,54,428 units in the same period of FY 2019-20.