Top 25 Selling Cars In April 2021
The month-on-month comparison between April and March 2021 has been made this time around due to there being no car sales in April last year.
|Rank||OEM||Model||Apr ’21 Sales||Mar ’21 Sales||MoM Growth|
|7||Hyundai||Grand i10 NIOS||11,540||11,020||5%|
Maruti Wagon R led car sales in April 2021, relegating the popular Maruti Swift to second place.
In all, 18,656 units of the Wagon R were sold by Maruti in April, while the manufacturer found 18,316 takers for the Swift.
Third place in the top 25 car sales list for April is occupied by the Maruti Alto which was driven home by 17,303 people, followed by the Baleno, 16,384 units of which were sold during the month.
The Dzire takes fifth spot with 14,073 unit sales and the Creta became top-selling Hyundai once again, with 12,463 units to its name.
Following the compact SUV in the April 2021 car sales chart is the Grand i10 NIOS, which has once again managed to find over 11,000 takers (11,540 to be precise).
Cars occupying the eighth, ninth and tenth positions, respectively the Maruti Eeco (11,469 units), Hyundai Venue (11,245 units) and Maruti Vitara Brezza (11,220 units) were not far off either.
Top-selling Kia for the month of April was the Seltos, for 8086 units if the compact SUV were retailed, while the Sonet could find a respectable number of homes as well (7724 unit sales).
Tata’s Nexon (6938 units), Tiago (6656 units) and Altroz (6649 units) also did well this past month and they took the 15th, 16th and 17th positions in the top 25 sales list.
Mahindra had 3 cars – Bolero (6152 units), XUV300 (4144 units) and Scorpio (3577 units) – featuring in the list, while Ford (EcoSport – 3820 units), Honda (3920 units) and Toyota (3600 units) had 1 model each.
Sadly, the month-on-month (MoM) growth figures (between March and April 2021) of the cars in the list were not that great, with only the Dzire (23 percent), Grand i10 NIOS (5 percent), Venue (5 percent), S-Presso (7 percent), Ignis (4 percent), XUV300 (60 percent) and Scorpio (53 percent) posting positive growth.