These cars include costly SUVs and D-segment sedans while the Mahindra Verito Vibe is the only affordable hatchback in the list.
The Indian automobile market is too difficult to understand due to the diversity of buyers and in such situation automakers are bound to get it wrong. We are here with a list of top 20 least selling cars in the Indian market in January 2016 and the figures of half of them do not even exceed 10 units.
The top 6 cars/SUVs from this list have managed to sell one unit each in the month of January. The Skoda Yeti is consistent in this list and hardly sells due to overpricing while the most affordable car in the top 6 is the Renault Fluence and the Toyota Land Cruiser is the costliest at a starting price of Rs. 14.73 lakhs and Rs. 1.29 crores (ex-showroom, New Delhi) respectively.
The Mahindra Quanto and Skoda Superb sold two units in January as the former never impressed buyers with its styling and performance and a new-gen Skoda Superb has been launched in India in February which will take the sedan out of this list. The Nissan Evalia is another failure with a sale of 3 units along with the SsangYong Rexton.
Renault has two products on this list while the second one is the Koleos which is hardly known in the market. The Force One, Trax and Trax-Gama are also finding it difficult to find buyers while the Mahindra Verito Vibe is the most affordable car on the list with a sale of 33 units. The Honda CR-V is the best-selling SUV among the least selling ones and managed to sell 81 units in January.
Least Selling Cars In January 2016
– The top 6 cars have managed to sell just one unit each in January
– The Honda CR-V is the highest selling SUV here with 81 units
– The Mahindra Verito Vibe is the most affordable car in the list
– The Toyota Land Cruiser is the costliest car among these 20