Mahindra managed to sell 18,212 units in November 2020, with a year-on-year positive sales growth of 24.4 percent.
- Mahindra finished at 5th rank in brand wise sales chart
- 2 percent decrease in month-on-month sales
- Total of 6,055 units were sold of bolero
Mahindra and Mahindra the home brand finished at the fifth rank in the brand-wise sales chart for last month. Yet again Maruti Suzuki at 1st, followed by Hyundai at 2nd, tata motors at 3rd and Kia motors India at 4th rank. Mahindra and Mahindra manage to sell 18,212 units as against 14,635 units, during the same period last year with year-on-year positive growth of 24.4 percent. As compared with October 2020 where 18,318 units were sold, Mahindra recorded 2 percent negative de-growth in their sales unit.
As again Bolero headed the sales chart, with 6,055 units were sold as against 5,127 units in November 2019 with 18 percent positive sales growth. Followed by the XUV300 100% year-on-year positive sales growth, with 4,458 units were sold against 2,224 units sold in the same period last year. In recent times many mass manufacturers have launched their compact SUV, and the segment is filled with more competition as ever. In this competitive segment getting a 100% year-on-year positive sales growth, shows the popularity of XUV300 in the compact-SUV segment.
The Scorpio held at third position with, 3,725 units sold as against 3,878 units in the same period last year in November 2019 with 4 percent De-growth. The Second-generation Thar recently launched in October 2020 finished at 4th position in the list, with 2,569 units sold. While XUV500 finished at 5th position with 892 units sold as against 981 units during the same period last year with 9 percent year-on-year de-growth. Although the Marazzo contributed only 226-unit last month. Mahindra only manages to sell 23 units of Alturas G4 and KUV, with 34 percent and 73 percent year-on-year de-growth in sales.