Tata Motors has sold 15,012 units of vehicles in July 2020 as against 10,485 units sold in the same month last year. The Tiago, Altroz and Nexon have played a major role in achieving this growth
Despite the ongoing difficult circumstances, Tata Motors has still registered a 43 per cent sales growth in July 2020 on YoY basis, thereby finishing third on the sales charts of our country’s car manufacturers. The home-grown auto company has reported a dealer dispatch of 15,012 units last month, which comes across as a pretty encouraging data at a time when India’s auto industry is plagued by a sales slum. When compared to the corresponding month of last year, Tata has retailed 4,527 units more, which is a 43 per cent growth from 10,485 units. Notably, this is the highest sales of Tata Motors in 16 months.
The month-on-month sales increase also stood at a respectable 31 per cent. Tata Motors began 2020 with a range of new products such as the facelifted versions of Tiago, Tigor and Nexon along with the all-new Tata Altroz premium hatchback. Furthermore, the automotive company also brought in the electrified version of Tata Nexon and the MY2020 update for the Harrier.
Of the five Tata cars on sale, the Tata Tiago took the first spot on the company’s sales chart with 5,337 units sold last month. This results into a 14 per cent growth from 4,689 units retailed in July 2019. Meanwhile, 4,327 units of Tata Nexon were sold in July 2020, which is up by 29 per cent from 3,344 units in the same month of 2019. The Altroz stood as the third best-selling Tata car in the previous month with the hatchback registering a sale of 3,104 units.
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The Indian automotive industry has started showing signs of improvement with an overall sale of 1,97,523 units last month. This corresponds to a mere 1% sales de-growth as compared to the corresponding month of last year. Since the festive season is just around the corner, we expect India’s passenger car sales to increase to a higher level.
Currently, Tata is having a range of upcoming products on the table, including the Tata Gravitas, which set to go on sale by the year-end, and the production-spec Tata HBX, which was showcased in a close-to-production format at the Auto Expo 2020.