While Maruti occupies 6 spots in the list of the top 10 selling cars, Renault is doing impressive numbers with the Kwid while the Hyundai Elite i20 has fallen marginally behind the Baleno

Top 10 Selling Cars April 2016
Sales of the Alto and Swift DZire have taken a significant hit

Maruti Suzuki has been known to dominate the list of the top selling cars every passing month. April 2016 was no different for the automaker when more than half of the slots in the top 10 sellers’ list were gobbled up by Maruti. The Alto is the highest selling car in the country and it has managed sales of 20,000-25,000 units every month.

However, numbers for April 2016 seem quite interesting because the Alto has witnessed a massive drop in sales. Demand for the Renault Kwid is going up and we can clearly see that buyers are now opening up to different products available in the price range. The Swift DZire also sees a considerable fall in sales while its hatchback counterpart has moved up the charts. The Wagon R remains consistent with its numbers though.

The Hyundai Grand i10 is another such vehicle which has performed consistently in the market. Then we have the Kwid whose numbers are hovering just a shade below 10,000 units. The Maruti Baleno has managed to overtake the Hyundai Elite i20, albeit by a very close margin, so it’s going to be a really tough battle for these two in the coming months.

The Celerio is another car from Maruti that dominates a position in this list while we also have the king of C-segment sedans, the Honda City. Looks like this month has been good as well as bad for Maruti, what with numbers of their highest selling car falling. Competition is going to get more interesting when we have the Datsun redi-GO in the market too.

Top 10 Selling Cars In April 2016

– Sales of the Alto and Swift DZire have taken a fall
– Maruti occupies 6 spots in the list as always
– Demand for the Renault Kwid is rising

Maruti Celerio vs Hyundai Grand i10 Automatic
The list has some consistent performers which feature every month