Indian auto majors post robust growth figures for July
02 August 2010
Bajaj Auto grossed total sales of 1,92,835 units in July 2010 as against 1,92,835 units in the same month last year which reflected growth of 65 per cent.
The company's motorcycle sales in the month stood at 279,781 units as against 168,163 units of the corresponding period of last year, registering 66 per cent growth.
Three-wheelers sales stood at 38,634 units as against 24,104 units in June 2009, showing a 60 per cent increase while total exports were 106,794 units in June as compared with 68,585 units in June 2009, representing a 56 per cent growth.
Total sales of Tata Motors' ( including exports) of Tata commercial and passenger vehicles in July 2010 were 67,799 vehicles, a growth of 41 per cent over 48,054 vehicles sold in July 2009.
The company's domestic sales of Tata commercial and passenger vehicles for July 2010 were 63,558, a 39 per cent growth over 45,599 units the company sold in July last year. The company's cumulative sales (including exports) for the fiscal stood at 249,507 units, a growth of 46 per cent over 171,168 units sold last year.
Export figures for Tata Motors' vehicles stood at 4,241 units in July 2010, showing a growth of 73 per cent when compared to 2,455 vehicles the company exported in July last year. The cumulative sales from exports for the fiscal at 16,484 units are 115 per cent higher that the 7,676 units it exported in the same period last year.