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India January 2013: Maruti DZire and VW Polo shoot high

Maruti DZire India January 2013. Picture courtesy of motorbeam.comMaruti DZire

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The Indian new car market seems to be taking a breather at the moment, down 6% year-on-year in January to 230,204 registrations. The top of the models ranking is very stable, with the Top 5 identical to the Full Year 2012 ranking, and the Top 4 100% Maruti. The Maruti Alto sells 28,685 units, its highest monthly volume since last March, the Maruti Swift is at its strongest since last May with 18,928 sales while the Maruti DZire delivers its 2nd best monthly volume ever below last May at 17,060 units and the Maruti Wagon R is back up 10 spots on December to #4.

VW Polo India January 2013VW Polo

The Mahindra Bolero is down one rank to #5 but at 10,659 sales it’s its third time above 10,000 monthly units in the last 4 months. The Hyundai i20 is up 4 spots to #6, the Hyundai Verna up 9 to #14, the Volkswagen Polo is up 12 to break its ranking and volume records in India at #15 and 4,579 units. The Mahindra Quanto is still gearing up to a best-ever 2,954 sales and the Tata Safari lodges a 2,000+sales month for the first time thanks to the Storme version.

Tata Safari Storme India January 2013Tata Safari Storme

We welcome a new model in the Indian ranking this month: the Chevrolet Sail Sedan lands directly at #45 with 836 sales, while the SsangYong Rexton breaks into the Top 60 for the first time at #51 and 457 units. Reversely, the Tata Nano falls further down the Indian sales charts: down 32% on December and a horrid 81% year-on-year to #37 and 1,504 sales, its 2nd worst ever month after the 1,202 units it sold in November 2011.

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Previous month: India December 2012: Maruti Alto and Toyota Innova shine

One year ago: India January 2012: Nissan Sunny takes off, Renault Pulse lands

Full January 2013 Top 60 models and Top 12 brands Ranking Tables below.

India January 2013 – brands:

PosBrandJan-13%Dec2012%Pos
1Maruti103,02644.8%11,063,59940.5%1
2Hyundai34,30214.9%2391,27614.9%2
3Mahindra26,51411.5%3261,4509.9%4
4Tata15,2096.6%4290,42811.0%3
5Toyota13,3295.8%5172,2416.6%5
6Chevrolet7,5883.3%692,0593.5%6
7Volkswagen6,9203.0%966,8602.5%9
8Ford6,0622.6%787,6003.3%7
9Honda5,4512.4%1073,1302.8%8
10Renault4,9142.1%835,1571.3%11
11Nissan4,0551.8%1245,2481.7%10
12Skoda2,0570.9%1134,6781.3%12

India January 2013 – models:

PosModelJan%Dec2012%Pos
1Maruti Alto28,68512.5%1286,83310.8%1
2Maruti Swift18,9288.2%2186,7977.0%2
3Maruti DZire17,0607.4%3154,2735.8%3
4Maruti Wagon R14,9816.5%14134,8235.1%4
5Mahindra Bolero10,6594.6%4113,5374.3%5
6Hyundai i208,6553.8%1085,2993.2%9
7Hyundai i108,5523.7%698,7023.7%6
8Hyundai Eon8,2613.6%593,5783.5%8
9Tata Indica/Vista7,3213.2%894,7173.6%7
10Toyota Innova6,0632.6%775,9112.9%12
11Maruti Ertiga5,9832.6%959,4672.2%16
12Maruti Omni5,3852.3%1176,4882.9%11
13Ford Figo5,2402.3%1268,6662.6%13
14Hyundai Verna5,0662.2%2356,4862.1%17
15VW Polo4,5792.0%2736,6801.4%24
16Mahindra Scorpio4,4621.9%1949,8171.9%19
17Maruti Ritz3,9441.7%1563,5342.4%14
18Mahindra XUV5003,7211.6%1643,2491.6%22
19Renault Duster3,5541.5%1323,7310.9%32
20Hyundai Santro3,0481.3%1848,9891.8%20
21Chevrolet Beat3,0351.3%2150,5471.9%18
22Maruti Eeco2,9891.3%2046,1961.7%21
23Mahindra Quanto2,9541.3%229,5240.4%45
24Toyota Etios2,9001.3%2642,7541.6%23
25Honda City2,8981.3%3632,4001.2%26
26Nissan Sunny2,4561.1%3429,5581.1%29
27Toyota Etios Liva2,4271.1%2831,0771.2%28
28Tata Indigo/Manza2,3671.0%1762,3192.3%15
29Honda Brio2,3361.0%2431,4111.2%27
30Mahindra Xylo2,1000.9%3126,4431.0%30
31Tata Safari/Storme2,0450.9%3713,7010.5%40
32VW Vento2,0240.9%2925,8221.0%31
33Tata Sumo1,7830.8%3535,5451.3%25
34Chevrolet Tavera1,7090.7%3220,6440.8%34
35Maruti 8001,6350.7%3918,9750.7%35
36Toyota Fortuner1,5050.7%3815,1530.6%38
37Tata Nano1,5040.7%2576,7472.9%10
38Mahindra Verito1,5000.7%4216,5250.6%36
39Skoda Rapid1,4580.6%3022,1620.8%33
40Nissan Micra1,3360.6%4614,7680.6%39
41Maruti A-Star1,1780.5%4310,0670.4%44
42Maruti Estilo1,1340.5%4112,6440.5%41
43Chevrolet Sail1,0760.5%403,1910.1%55
44Maruti SX41,0120.4%n/a10,0690.4%43
45Chevrolet Sail Sedan8360.4% –00.0% –
46Renault Scala8120.4%443,1720.1%56
47Ford Fiesta Classic7230.3%3315,2460.6%37
48Chevrolet Spark6880.3%4510,3470.4%42
49Mahindra Thar6610.3%471,9570.1%68
50Hyundai Elantra4880.2%493,0520.1%59
51SsangYong Rexton4570.2%n/a3980.0%n/a
52Renault Pulse4030.2%486,2170.2%49
53Toyota Corolla Altis3840.2%n/a6,9120.3%48
54Fiat Grande Punto2720.1%n/a8,5450.3%46
55Nissan Evalia2570.1%n/a6390.0%n/a
56VW Jetta2330.1%n/a3,1460.1%58
57Mitsubishi Pajero Sport2300.1%n/a1,3400.1%n/a
58Skoda Fabia2290.1%n/a5,4210.2%50
59Chevrolet Cruze2280.1%n/a5,1540.2%52
60Hindustan Ambassador2000.1%n/a2,4230.1%64

Source: Team BHP

This Post Has 4 Comments
  1. Maruti – Suzuki is operating from India as a headquarter, with exports also from India for the world market. Toyoto, Renault, others also export because its cheaper to produce in India. Tata has hit a bottom and struggling to be in top 3-4; they have to do something great. Good brand like Fiat fails to get a 1% market share. They should launch 500L immediately

  2. The market-share of Maruti is really huge (and growing).

    Volkswagen and Renault improved their market-share.

    The market-share of Tata, Toyota, Chevrolet, Ford and Honda was getting smaller.

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