Top 25 Selling Cars In February 2021
It was once again Maruti Suzuki that dominated sales, while Hyundai also did well.
|Rank||OEM||Model||Feb ’21 Sales||Feb ’20 Sales||YoY Growth|
|10||Hyundai||Grand i10 NIOS||10,270||10,407||-1%|
The Swift from Maruti Suzuki leads the overall car sales in February 2021 with a very healthy sales figure of 20,264 units.
It regained its top spot after losing out to the Alto for 2 months in a row and also saw its year-on-year (YoY) sales increase by 8 percent.
Maruti Suzuki’s Baleno took the second place, having been picked by 20,070 individuals last month, followed by the Wagon R, also from Maruti, that posted 18,728 unit sales.
The Alto, could only manage to slot in at fourth position in February, for, a total of 16,919 units of the small car got sold in the month.
Hyundai’s top-selling model for the shortest month of the year was once again the Creta, as 12,428 units of the compact SUV were retailed in February.
Closely following the South Korean car In sixth place is the Maruti Suzuki Dzire that just about managed to cross the 11,900-unit mark. The Eeco (11,891 units) was not far off either.
Once again, the Maruti Vitara Brezza becomes the best-selling sub-4-metre SUV in India, with 11,585 unit sales, beating the Hyundai Venue (11,224 units), its prime rival, by a small margin.
Rounding off the top 10 best-selling vehicles in the February 2021 car sales list is the Hyundai Grand i10 NIOS that found 10,270 takers in February.
In the bottom 15 positions, notable performances came from the likes of Tata Nexon (7929 units), Altroz (6832 units), Tiago (6787 units) and MG Hector (3662 units), all of which registered very strong YoY growth percentages.
Once again, the Hyundai i20 became the second best premium hatchback in terms of sales with 9001 units to its name, while the Toyota Innova Crysta found over 6000 takers last month, proving its popularity yet again.
In a list that is dominated by Maruti, Honda, Mahindra, MG, Renault and Toyota, could only manage to get 1 product each into the top 25.
Although 8 cars in the list witnessed a reduction in sales YoY, Kia’s Seltos faring the worst with 41 percent of its sales eroded in February this year in comparison to the same period a year before, 16 4-wheelers registered sales growth, which bodes well for the industry.