OEMModelApr ’21 SalesMar ’21 SalesMoM Growth
The Dzire is untouchable yet again

Compact sedan sales in April 2021 saw the reign of Maruti Suzuki’s Dzire continue as none of the other cars in the segment could even come close.

The Dzire, with 14,073 units to its name, saw more sales than all of the other 4 compact sedans in the list, which includes the Honda Amaze which found 3920 takers.

Hyundai retailed 3347 units of the Aura in the month of April, followed by the Tata Tigor (1627 units) and the Ford Aspire (173 units).

Combined sales figure of the compact sedans stood at 23,140 units, which is a 3 percent month-on-month (MoM) increase.

OEMModelApr ’21 SalesMar ’21 SalesMoM Growth
The C-segment, with 8550 total sales, grew by 20 percent

It is back to form for the Honda City which slipped to fifth spot in the C-segment sedan sales in March 2021. In April, the popular vehicle witnessed 3128 unit sales.

This means the Hyundai Verna (2552 units) has once again been relegated to the second spot, followed by the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, which saw 1567 unit sales.

Skoda’s Rapid continues to find a small number of homes (848 units in April), while the Toyota Yaris (285 units) and Volkswagen Vento (170 units) performed poorly.

OEMModelApr ’21 SalesMar ’21 SalesMoM Growth
Coincidence? Probably!

The April 2021 D-segment sedan sales saw both players fetch the same number of sales in March and April. The Hyundai Elantra found 53 takers, while Skoda sold 5 Octavias this past month.

OEMModelApr ’21 SalesMar ’21 SalesMoM Growth
Camry’s sales can only rise from this debacle

In the premium segment of April 2021 sedan sales, the Superb fetched 105 unit sales for Skoda, while Toyota could not shift a single unit of the Camry, the Superb’s sole competitor, from showrooms.

April 2021 Sedan Sales
The Honda City rises to the top of its class yet again