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India June 2024: Toyota, Maruti Suzuki Ertiga break records, Tata Punch back to #1

The new Taisor helps Toyota to a new volume record in India.

New car wholesales in India edge up +3.6% year-on-year in June to 339,418, a new record for the month. The H1 2024 result is up 7.5% to 2,160,575. General elections, severe heat waves and declining orders were balanced with aggressive discounts and new launches to still keep June volumes in positive. A production push has meant wholesales have been significantly higher than retail sales in recent months. Maruti Suzuki (+3.1%) matches the market on its way to 40.4% share vs. 41.6% over FY2023. Hyundai (+0.2%) and Tata (-7.9%) disappoint at 14.8% and 12.8% share respectively. In contrast Mahindra (+22.8%) and most impressively Toyota (+41.2%) skyrocket. The Japanese brand even breaks its monthly volume record at 25,752, eclipsing its previous best of 25,119 established just last March. Kia (+9.8%) is the only additional gainer in market.

Model-wise, the Tata Punch (+66%) scores a third win in the past four months and cements its YTD pole position with over 10,000 units more than the #2, the Maruti Suzuki Wagon R (-8.8%). The Maruti Suzuki Swift (+2.9%) is bumped down to #2 for the month, followed by the Hyundai Creta (+12.8%), managing its second podium finish this year (#2 in March). The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga (+88.8%) breaks its monthly volume record at 15,902. The Maruti Suzuki DZire (+44%), Mahindra Scorpio (+42.3%) and Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza (+24.5%) also impress in the remainder of the Top 10. Among recent launches, the Hyundai Exter is down two spots on May to #20, the Toyota Taisor is up five to #33 and the Honda Elevate up 11 to #37.

Previous month: India May 2024: Maruti Suzuki Swift returns to #1, Toyota Taisor launches

One year ago: India June 2023: Record market, Maruti Suzuki Jimny, MG Comet land

Full June 2024 Top 14 All brands and Top 80 All models below.

India June 2024 – brands:

PosBrandJun-24%/23May2024%/23PosFY23
1Maruti Suzuki137,16040.4%+ 3.1%1898,90641.6%+ 6.8%11
2Hyundai50,10314.8%+ 0.2%2309,77214.3%+ 4.7%22
3Tata43,52712.8%– 7.9%3293,12213.6%+ 6.6%33
4Mahindra  40,02211.8%+ 22.8%4250,34811.6%+ 25.6%44
5Toyota25,7527.6%+ 41.2%5140,0276.5%+ 42.4%56
6Kia21,3006.3%+ 9.8%6126,1375.8%– 7.3%65
7Honda4,8041.4%– 5.4%736,8711.7%+ 3.4%77
8MG4,6441.4%– 9.4%826,9031.2%– 7.4%88
9Renault3,5531.0%– 34.8%923,1001.1%– 21.5%910
10Volkswagen3,2601.0%– 3.9%1019,3970.9%– 2.2%1011
11Skoda2,5660.8%– 35.3%1115,4620.7%– 33.3%119
12Nissan2,1070.6%– 17.4%1215,0410.7%– 6.2%1212
13Citroen3390.1%– 66.2%133,3350.2%– 44.0%1313
14Jeep2810.1%– 43.0%142,1540.1%– 44.3%1414

India June 2024 – models:

PosModelJun-24/23May2024/23PosFY23
1Tata Punch18,238+ 66.0%2110,308+ 64.4%18
2Maruti Suzuki Swift16,422+ 2.9%184,172– 19.4%91
3Hyundai Creta16,293+ 12.8%491,348+ 10.6%57
4Maruti Suzuki Ertiga15,902+ 88.8%788,378+ 77.7%710
5Maruti Suzuki Baleno14,895+ 5.8%994,521– 5.6%33
6Maruti Suzuki Wagon R13,790– 21.1%599,668– 8.8%22
7Maruti Suzuki DZire13,421+ 44.0%393,811+ 29.8%46
8Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza13,172+ 24.5%690,153+ 9.7%64
9Mahindra Scorpio12,307+ 42.3%885,326+ 64.0%813
10Tata Nexon12,066– 12.7%1180,326– 8.2%105
11Maruti Suzuki Eeco10,771+ 15.1%1269,976+ 3.3%129
12Hyundai Venue9,890– 14.8%1558,715– 6.7%1411
13Kia Sonet9,816+ 27.1%2054,532+ 1.9%1721
14Maruti Suzuki Fronx9,688+ 21.2%1076,997+ 189.0%1117
15Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara9,679– 7.7%1462,738+ 14.1%1314
16Toyota Innova + Hycross9,412+ 12.6%1652,844+ 52.5%1819
17Mahindra XUV300/3X08,500+ 66.9%1333,610+ 13.5%2427
18Maruti Suzuki Alto7,775– 31.3%1957,943– 28.4%1512
19Mahindra Bolero7,365– 15.2%1755,352+ 2.9%1615
20Hyundai Exter6,908new1846,647new1930
21Kia Seltos6,306+ 76.2%2140,344+ 1.1%2016
22Mahindra XUV7005,928+ 10.0%2737,433+ 21.6%2223
23Mahindra Thar5,376+ 37.9%2335,206+ 26.1%2326
24Hyundai Elite i205,315– 13.7%2633,052– 22.8%2522
25Tata Tiago5,174– 36.4%2237,707– 22.4%2118
26Kia Carens5,154– 36.0%2531,215– 23.4%2725
27Hyundai Grand i104,948– 21.7%2432,239– 31.8%2620
28Hyundai Aura (Xcent)4,299– 12.4%3028,710+ 0.3%2928
29Toyota Hyryder4,275+ 51.5%3128,542+ 46.4%3031
30Toyota Glanza4,118+ 18.8%2925,655+ 10.5%3129
31Tata Altroz3,937– 45.7%2829,556– 4.1%2824
32Maruti Suzuki XL63,323+ 16.4%3323,034+ 46.4%3234
33Toyota Taisor3,185new385,365new56 –
34Maruti Suzuki Celerio2,985– 12.2%3220,989– 12.6%3333
35Toyota Fortuner2,675– 13.3%3417,651– 6.0%3436
36Maruti Suzuki Ignis2,536– 40.1%4014,051– 46.5%3935
37Honda Elevate2,151new4816,482new3545
38Nissan Magnite2,107– 17.4%3715,041– 6.2%3740
39Renault Triber1,800– 20.2%3912,259– 11.4%4144
40Honda Amaze1,794– 50.2%3614,229– 40.0%3832
41MG Hector1,713– 21.1%4310,962– 36.2%4338
42VW Virtus1,656– 8.6%469,806+ 1.5%4648
43Maruti Suzuki S-Presso1,620– 40.7%3515,333– 16.7%3637
44Toyota Rumion1,566new426,734new5161
45VW Taigun1,519+ 4.8%478,987– 5.8%4747
46Hyundai Verna1,424– 64.4%509,944– 39.7%4541
47Tata Safari1,394– 16.2%4412,375+ 28.3%4051
48Tata Tigor1,371– 58.9%4110,890– 39.7%4439
49Tata Harrier1,347– 34.0%4511,960– 10.2%4243
50MG Comet1,300+ 9.8%515,793+ 389.3%5558
51Skoda Slavia1,230– 25.0%497,649– 16.7%4850
52Skoda Kushaq1,198– 43.8%527,026– 41.6%5042
53Renault Kiger1,150– 37.6%565,906– 36.1%5453
54MG Astor938+ 5.3%546,224+ 17.1%5256
55Hyundai Alcazar882– 58.4%557,582– 37.9%4946
56Honda City859– 41.9%536,160– 47.1%5349
57Renault Kwid603– 55.3%574,935– 22.0%5755
58Maruti Suzuki Ciaz572– 67.2%583,603– 38.4%5854
59MG ZS EV561– 9.1%603,095– 22.8%6059
60Mahindra XUV400534– 32.2%593,239– 24.6%5957
61Maruti Suzuki Jimny481– 84.3%621,815– 40.9%6152
62Toyota Hilux236– 25.8%611,673+ 48.6%6369
63Jeep Compass216+ 2.4%631,586– 23.7%6462
64Toyota Camry143– 22.3%711,198+ 95.4%6670
65Toyota Vellfire142n/a74365– 22.7%7477
66Skoda Kodiaq137– 29.4%66754– 41.6%7167
67Citroen C3 Aircross136new70923new6974
68MG Gloster132– 49.8%69829– 38.7%7065
69Maruti Suzuki Invicto128new651,724new6264
70Citroen E C3126+ 1.6%641,217– 27.4%6568
71Hyundai Tucson114– 56.7%67933– 61.9%6863
72VW Tiguan85– 36.1%72604– 4.4%7272
73Citroen C377– 91.1%681,193– 71.5%6760
74Jeep Meridian65– 77.0%73568– 68.3%7366
75Hyundai Ioniq 530– 70.0%75343– 27.0%7575
76Kia EV624– 45.5%7746– 83.5%7876
77Mahindra Marazzo12– 84.8%76182– 80.6%7773
78Skoda Superb1n/a7833– 92.2%7979
79Hyundai Kona0– 100.0% –259+ 30.2%7678
80Citroen C5 Aircross0– 100.0% –2– 98.0%8082

Source: Manufacturers

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