the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM), the automobile
wholesale sector grew significantly in the first quarter of FY22, owing to
relaxed lockdown restrictions, phased revival of industrial activities, and a
low base from the previous year.
the data, overall domestic sales climbed by 113 percent in the first quarter of
FY22 (between April and June 2021) to 3,180,039 units, up from 1,492,612 units
in the first quarter of FY21.
passenger vehicle segment showed a 320 percent growth in sales between April
and June 2021, reaching 646,272 units, compared to 153,734 units in the same
period previous year.
Auto, BMW, and Mercedes are not included in passenger vehicle sales, and Scania
and Daimler are not included in commercial vehicle sales.
Ayukawa, President, SIAM, stated, "The automobile industry in India
supported significantly in government's task of controlling the spread of virus
by imposing strict constraints on industrial activities in the first quarter of
FY22”. “Recently, with limitations relaxing, OEMs have cautiously restarted
processes in a phased manner”, We thank the government for increasing
vaccination rates in the country, extending a fiscal stimulus package to key
impacted industries, and including wholesale and retail trading within MSMEs”,
domestic commercial vehicle sales were 105,800 units between April and June
2021, compared to 31,636 units in the same period last year. M&HCV sales
stood at 29,158 units during the period under review, while LCV sales
totaled 76,642 units.
In the first
quarter of FY22, two-wheeler sales climbed to 2,403,591 units, up from 1,294,509
units in the same time frame last year. During the quarter under review, the
motorcycle segment recorded 1,740,198 units sale, while the scooter segment
sold 592,445 units. Total domestic three-wheeler sales were 24,376 units
between April and June 2021, up from 12,760 units in the same period last year.
Furthermore, the following is a snapshot of auto sales per company
during the month of July:
Sales of TVS motorcycles have increased by 10.7%.
Motor Company Ltd. reported a 10.7% increase in total sales to 2,78,855 units
in July compared to the previous month, according to a statement.
The total number of two-wheeler
sales for the month was 2,62,728 units, up from 2,38,092 units the previous
In July, domestic two-wheeler
sales were 1,75,169 units.
In July, motorcycle sales totaled
Scooter sales increased to 74,351
units in July, up from 54,595 in June.
In July, Ashok Leyland sold 8,650 vehicles.
to the company's exchange filings, overall sales of 8,650 units were reported
in July, a 34 percent increase over June.
sales of medium and heavy commercial vehicles increased to 3,473 units in July,
up from 2,364 in June.
sales increased to 8,129 units in July, up from 5,851 in June.
auto sales are up, but tractor sales are down.
Sales Fall In July, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.'s auto business achieved
overall sales of 42,983 units, up 30% from June.
M&M's passenger car sales
increased by 24.43 percent in July, to 21,046 units.
July saw a 47.4 percent increase
in commercial vehicle sales over June, with 19,814 units sold.
Bajaj Auto Sales Rise 6.6% Month-On-Month
Auto Ltd. recorded a 6.6 percent gain in July sales over June, selling 3,69,136
units, an increase of 6.6 percent over June, according to its exchange filing.
glimpse of sales (M-o-M)
The total number of two-wheelers
sold in units increased by 0.3 percent to 1,56,232 units.
Exports of two-wheelers increased
by 12.5 percent to 1,74,337 units.
The total number of commercial
vehicles sold increased by 8.40 percent to 38,547 units.
passenger vehicle sales have increased by 25%.
Tata Motors, the country's third
largest manufacturer, had a 25% increase in volume over the previous month.
Suzuki's sales have increased by 10.2 percent.
Maruti Suzuki, the country's largest
automobile manufacturer, saw a 10.2 percent gain in sales from June 21 to June