Here are the Top 10 best-selling MPVs for the march 2021 sales chart, where once again Maruti Suzuki Ertiga sitting at the top of the chart.
- Maruti Suzuki Ertiga sitting at the top of the chart with 9,303 units last month
- Mahindra Marazzo saw a big surge of 1008 % last month
- Datsun Go+ finished at the last of the table with 30 units sold in march 2021
In the MPV segment also the Maruti Suzuki India limited Ertiga leading the segment at the top with 9,303 units were sold last month against 3,969 units of car twelve months back, with huge 134 percent positive sale growth on a year-on-year basis. The second position held by the Mahindra bolero MUV, with 8,905 units were sold against 2,080 units in March 2020, with 328 percent positive sale growth on a YOY basis. The bolero has been sold in the Indian market for around two decades and the vehicle is still the choice for many buyers. Although, Mahindra is working on launching the badge of Bolero Neo on the facelift version of TUV300.
The Toyota Innova finished at third place with 5,743 units recorded in March 2021, against 3,810 units in March 2020, and finishing the month with 50.7 percent positive sales growth. The MPV Crysta receive a minor cosmetic facelift last year which also helps in boosting the sales a little for the Japanese brand. The Fourth position is taken by Renault MPV Triber courtesy of the aggressive price range of the vehicle and value for money vehicle. The Triber undercuts the most-selling MPV Ertiga price, which helps the Vehicle to get more sales volume as well. The vehicle recorded 4,133 units of the car in last month against 1,644 units in the same month last year with getting 151 percent positive sales growth on a YOY basis.
|Model||March 2021 (units)|
The More premium version of Maruti Suzuki Ertiga, Nexa XL6 finished at fifth position with 3,062 units were sold last month against 2,221 units in March 2020, which led to 37.8 percent sales growth. At, the sixth position comes Mahindra Marazzo, which posted 255 units last month and finished the month with the highest 1008 percent positive sales growth on a YOY basis. The seventh position is held by Toyota premium MPV Vellfire with 65 units against 96 units, with 32.2 percent negative sales growth compared to YOY. The Kia carnival only sold 45 units against 1,117 units during the corresponding month last year and finishing off last month with 96 percent negative sales growth. Lastly, Datsun Go+ sold 30 units against 12 units and finished at ninth position with 150 percent positive sales growth when compared on a year-on-year basis.