Maruti Suzuki uncloaked its sales figures for March 2023. According to the carmaker, it sold a total of 1,70,071 units in the previous month, down from 1,70,395 units in March 2022. In total, 136,787 units were sold domestically, 3,165 units were sold to other OEMs, and 30,119 units were shipped abroad. In March, the company recorded its highest monthly export figures ever. The company also reported its highest overall sales for the most recent fiscal year at 19,66,164 units, up 19% from 16,52,653 units in 2021–2022. According to the firm, domestic shipments rose from 14,14,277 units in 2021–22 to 17,06,831 units in 2022–23. The exports, on the other hand, grew from 2,38,376 units a year earlier to 2,59,333 units.
Maruti Suzuki Sales Breakdown
The carmaker announced selling 11,582 units of the Alto and S-Presso in the past month, fewer than the 15,491 units sold in March 2022. The overall compact vehicle decrease was reported from 82,314 units in March 2022 to 71,832 units in the same month this year. The Ciaz saw the biggest downfall, only 300 units in March 2023 were sold as opposed to 1,834 units in the same month in the previous year. Although sales of Maruti Suzuki's utility vehicles, such as the Ertiga, Brezza, XL-6, and Grand Vitara, increased to 37,054 units from 25,001 units in the same month last year.
Maruti Suzuki 2023 February Sales
Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) sold a total of 1,72,321 units in February 2023, including 150,823 units delivered domestically, 4,291 units dispensed to other OEMs, and 17,207 units exported. The S-Presso and the Alto together registered 21,875 units in the mini segment, outpaced 19,691 units, and marked a YoY growth of 11.9%. A total of 79,898 units of compact cars, including the Dzire, the Ignis, Baleno, the Celerio, the Swift, the Tour S, and the WagonR, were registered in February, up from 77,795 units with a positive year-on-year (YoY) sales increase of 2.7%.