February 2022 Sedan Sales
With the arrival of the hybrid variant, the City’s sales could improve rather well

In February 2022, sedan sales increased across all segments!

RankOEMModelFeb ’22 SalesFeb ’21 SalesYoY Growth
The Tata Tigor has seen its sales grow by a solid margin

The Maruti Dzire once again led the compact sedan segment by registering sales of 17,438 units, while the Tata Tigor rose to the second position with 4091 unit sales.

Up next came the Hyundai Aura, 3668 units of which were driven home by new customers and in the last place sat the Amaze from Honda with 3405 unit sales.

Overall, the cars in the segment registered sales of 28,602 units which is a 24 percent increase in sales from the same period a year before when their collective sales figure stood at 23,079 units.

RankOEMModelFeb ’22 SalesFeb ’21 SalesYoY Growth
Once the Volkswagen Virtus is launched, this segment will see more growth

The February 2022 C-segment sedan sales chart, if anything, shows the dominance of the Honda City over its peers. The Japanese brand’s sedan found 2836 new homes last month.

It was Maruti’s Ciaz that came second with 1912 unit sales, while new entrant Slavia from Skoda was third as it registered sales of 1862 units in February.

Hyundai’s Verna (1058 units) and Volkswagen Vento (277 units) followed suit, while total sales figure of the cars in this segment stood at 7945 units, which is a 27 percent YoY sales growth.

RankOEMModelFeb ’22 SalesFeb ’21 SalesYoY Growth
Come on Hyundai, bring the new Elantra soon

Skoda’s Octavia is the lone wolf in the D-segment of the sedan market. With no Hyundai Elantra to contend with, the Octavia found 168 new homes last month.

RankOEMModelFeb ’22 SalesFeb ’21 SalesYoY Growth
Skoda must find a way to beat the Camry with its Superb

However, the February 2022 premium sedan sales chart, unlike the previous segment’s list, sees both players finding a decent number of buyers and for the second consecutive month, the Toyota Camry (161 units) did better than the Skoda Superb (99 units).

Skoda’s Octavia does not have a rival at the moment