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    Maruti Suzuki Posts Highest Ever Sales In 2023

    Maruti Suzuki Posts Highest Ever Sales In 2023


    In CY2023, Maruti Suzuki posted its highest-ever yearly tally of 20,66,219 units as the SUV range did contribute big time to the significant milestone

    In December 2023, Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) recorded a total of 1,37,551 units including a domestic sales tally of 1,06,492 units, sales to other OEM of 4,175 units and exports of 26,884 units. For the first time, the largest car producer in the country has surpassed an annual sales milestone of 2 million units in CY2023.

    It includes the highest-ever calendar year exports of 2,69,046 units. The Alto and S-Presso contributed only 2,557 units in December 2023 while the compact range comprising Baleno, Celerio, Dzire, Ignis, Swift, Tour S and WagonR has been responsible for a total of 45,741 units as against 57,502 units during the same period last year with a YoY drop of 20.45 per cent.

    The Maruti Suzuki Ciaz midsize sedan could only manage 489 units last month. The Indo-Japanese manufacturer has been on a launch spree since late 2021. In the CY2023, the SUV range has been consolidated with the arrival of the Fronx compact SUV coupe and five-door Jimny lifestyle off-road SUV following their global debut at the 2023 Auto Expo nearly a year ago.

    The Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara has been well received by customers since its launch in 2022 while the latest Brezza also made its way to the market in the same year. Both have been responsible for a significant chunk of the SUV sales and combined with the consistent volume numbers of the Fronx monthly, the brand emerged as the largest SUV seller in India.

    In the final month of 2023, the cumulative sales of Brezza, Ertiga, Fronx, Grand Vitara, Invicto, Jimny, S-Cross and XL6 stood at 45,957 units as against 33,008 units during the corresponding month in 2022 with a YoY sales increase of 39.22 per cent. With Eeco contributing 10,034 units, Maruti Suzuki registered 1,04,778 units domestically.

    Adding the supply to Toyota and the Super Carry LCV’s numbers, the company garnered 1,10,667 units as against 1,17,551 units with a YoY decline of 5.85 per cent. In addition, Maruti Suzuki shipped 26,884 units abroad as against 21,796 units with a growth of 23.34 per cent. As a whole, MSIL posted 1,37,551 units as against 1,39,347 units with a slight dip of 1.2 per cent. In CY2023, its highest-ever yearly tally of 20,66,219 units was noted.



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