Maruti Suzuki as usual sits on the top of Indian automotive by selling 1,63,600 cars in October 2020. Hyundai still trying to catch up with Maruti by selling 56,600 cars along with Tata at a sales of 23,600 cars.
Aggressive in the market is the new entrant, Kia with Sonet & Seltos managed to sell 21,021 cars in October 2020 defeating Mahindra who sold 18,600 vehicles. Toyota took sixth position by selling 12,373 vehicles which might increase in coming month with help of Urban Cruiser.
Honda sold 10,836 cars all thanks to Amaze and new City. Ford managed to sell 7,084 cars whereas MG Motor India sold 3,750 cars with help of Hector and Hector Plus. German auto giant Volkswagen still struggling with sales in India as they sold 2,054 cars and Skoda sold 1421 cars.
Taking the last spots in our automotive market are Nissan with 983 cars and last but not the least, Italian romance Fiat with sales of 832 cars.
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