World Best Selling City Cars updated at September 2017 led by the Maruti Alto ahead of two Fiat models. The Fiat 500, actually second has just celebrated the 60th anniversary as "work of modern art" and permanently displaced in MoMa Museum in New York.
Suzuki Global Performance in the 2017 is very positive with year to date September up 12.2% and improving in regions were the brand is relatively weak, like Levant and Europe. However core Asian region was is up in double-digit. The Alto is the best seller.
India best selling cars ranking in the first ten months of the 2017 still dominated by Maruti while new models are gaining space in the Top 100 ranking reported. The new Maruti Swift advanced in second place while the Vitara Breeze landed in seventh.
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Sri Lanka vehicles market in 2015 was the fastest in the World improving the volume by 180% due to huge incentives to leasing and electric vehicles and sales anticipation for incentive scheme termination in the 2016.
India Auto Sales in February were below the expectation despite strong economic expansion. Renault was again booming thanks to the Kwid while Tata, Toyota and Honda struggle. The Hyundai Creta advanced in 7th place.
India new car sales shy in January 2016 albeit strong economic trend. Renault improved sales by 150% propelled by the success of the local made SUV Kwid while Toyota fell down 32% and Mahindra grabs the 3rd step.
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