Compact Sedan Sales September 2020
Hyundai and Tata’s products had a very good outing last month

The September 2020 sedan sales list displays that there are people who still opt for cars with the traditional body style and that sedans still have a place in the market.

Leading the way in the compact sedans list is the Maruti Suzuki Dzire that sits quite far away from its competition despite a sales decline, having sold 13,988 units in September.

Next up comes the Amaze from Honda as the car was driven home by 5416 customers, followed by the Aura/Xcent duo at 3882 units witnessing a mammoth 234 percent sales growth.

Tata’s Tigor with 1406 units and 91 percent growth and Ford’s Aspire with 539 units, a 12 percent growth, round-up the segment sales.

C-Segment Sedan Sales September 2020
Overall sales of the segment grew by a solid 18 percent

Honda City once again leads the C-segment sedans list registering 2709 unit sales with a growth of 49 percent in September 2020 as opposed to the same period last year.

Sticking to the C-segment sedans, Verna from Hyundai comes second in the September 2020 sedan sales list having sold 2228 times over with a 28 percent growth.

Only those two cars managed more than 2000 unit sales, while the rest had a dismal outing. Maruti Ciaz (1534 units), Skoda Rapid (907), Toyota Yaris (377) and Volkswagen Vento (208) complete the list.

D Segment Sedan Sales September 2020
The Honda Civic is way ahead of its competitors

“Hotly contested” D-segment sedan segment had a September debacle this year as sales slumped drastically overall in comparison with the year before. Plainly, the segment is failing to lure in more buyers, which is a shame as the products are rather good.

D+ Segment Sedan Sales September 2020
Superb is appealing to a few even in petrol-only form

Skoda managed to shift more units of the Superb than Toyota could with the Camry, once again, meaning it beats its only foe fair and square. Also, the Czech car reported a 45 percent growth to boot.

September 2020 Sedan Sales

  • Sales improved in the compact and C-segments
  • But, numbers dropped in the D-segment and luxury segment
  • Dzire did the best out of all the sedans on sale in the country
New Tata Tigor BS6
Although the Tigor managed only 1406 unit sales, its growth was at 91 percent