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Festive season and new launches adjusted passenger car sales last month as large cars in India sales growth of the past month compared to the corresponding month of the previous year.



Maruti Suzuki India Limited, which makes cars and also light commercial vehicles, recorded total sales of 176,306 units last month, up from 86,380 units sold in September 2021.

According to Maruti Suzuki, the shortage of electronic components had a minor impact on vehicle production, mainly in domestic models.

Hyundai Motor India Ltd sold 63,201 units last month, up from 45,791 units sold in September 2021.

“The PV (passenger car) industry witnessed strong demand during Q2FY23 fueled by the holiday season and new launches. Tata Motors reached new highs in passenger vehicles with sales of 142,325 units during the quarter, up 70 percent from Q2FY22,” said Shailesh Chandra, Managing Director, Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Ltd. and Tata Passenger Electric Mobility Ltd.

He said last month that the company sold 47,654 units, up from 25,730 units sold in the same month last year.

On the other hand, last month’s sales figures for Honda Cars India stood at 11,047 units, MG Motors — 3,808 units and Skoda Auto India — 3,543 units.

For its part, the Toyota Kirloskar Motor said it sold 15,378 units last month, up 66 percent.

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