India Vehicle Sales boomed in June 2014. Honda jumped on podium.

India Vehicle Sales

India Vehicle Sales boomed in June corroborated by duties cut and announcement for vehicles price increased for many brands announced for July. Honda kept momentum booming sales 75% and surging in third place, best place ever.

Things are finally looking up for the Indian automobile industry. As already announced immediately after the May elections, the Modi’s government has started working hard and has announced a deep revision of all regulations on the Transportation sector aiming to follow most advanced markets in terms of safety and emissions.

Meantime it was introduced a market-lifting statement with excise duty cuts on vehicles across all segments until December 31, 2014.

What also helped carmakers was a flurry of handsome discounts, new car launches and worried consumers expecting OEMs to hike prices from July

In June 2014 according to data released by SIAM, the Society of Indian Automotive Manufacturers, total new Car Passengers sold have been 216.617, up 13.8% from year ago confirming the positive data scored in the previous month. However, the first half sales volume had been negative with 1.280.669 units while the loss has been reduced at only 0.5%.

Maruti Suzuki has reported sales of 100.964, up 31.1% year on year with Q2 (April-June 2014) sales at 270.643 units, up 10.3% In June 2014 Maruti sold 47.618 800, Alto, A-star and Wagon R – the entry level segment – up 52.1%, while retails of the premium compact cars – Swift, Estilo, Ritz and Celerio – were 22.293, up 6.2%

Hyundai, the second largest carmaker in India, sold 33.514 units, which translates into growth of 9.5% year on year with a market share of 15.5%, down 2.0 points from May. First half sales have been 207.380 with share at 16.2%, up 0.8 points from last year. The new Xcent was fourth with 14.138 retails and 6.5% of share, down 1 point from the previous month.

Honda was the star of the month surging in third place, the best place ever, with 16.306 retails, up 75.4% from year ago with share at 7.5%, up 1.0 points from May. In first half, Honda ranked fourth with 89.384 sales and 7.0% of share, boosting 2.6 points of share from last year. Behind the Honda success there is written the name of the City and the Amaze the two new city cars ranked in 8th and 9th place last month respectively with 7.723 and 7.075 sales.

Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) was fourth with 16.045 sales losing 6.9% of sales year on year. Share was at 7.4%, down 1.4 points from the previous month. The Bolero was sixth with 7.909 sales, losing 0.6 points of share from May.

Toyota in fifth place sold 12.010 units in June, registering a 9.1% growth losing share at 5.5%, down 0.2 points from the previous month.

Tata Motors fall has no limit and in June it was 33% year on year with sales at 7.911 units and share at only 3.7%. In the model ranking the first Tata was the Indica in 23rd place.

Ford in sixth place sold 7.259 units with share at 3.4%, up 0.5 points from the previous month. First half sales were 39.824 with share at 3.1%, down 0.2 points from last year.

Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see data regarding all brands and best-selling models. Please bear in mind that sales data are subject to adjustments as sources will update their information.

This report is updated at the publishing date and will not be modified while the next on this subject will always have the year to date data updated.

Rank JuneRank I HalfBrandJune 2014I Half 2014June Var. YoYI Half VarShare Q1Share MayShare JuneShare I Half
1919Land Rover2211.31530,0%31,5%0,1%0,1%0,1%0,1%

Rank JuneRank I HalfModelJune 2014I Half 2014June Var YoYI Half Var.Share MayShare JuneShare Ytd
11Maruti Alto30.499138.14851,9%0,5%8,4%14,1%10,8%
24Maruti Wagon R17.11978.54082,2%0,2%5,7%7,9%6,1%
32Maruti Dzire15.990105.77327,4%1,0%9,2%7,4%8,3%
47Hyundai Xcent14.13846.4807,5%6,5%3,6%
53Maruti Swift13.632104.872-20,9%-1,3%8,7%6,3%8,2%
65Mahindra Bolero7.90954.792-0,9%-8,6%4,3%3,7%4,3%
76Hyundai i10 Grand7.90151.5504,5%3,6%4,0%
88Honda City7.72345.892322,0%177,3%3,5%3,6%3,6%
911Honda Amaze7.07535.98242,5%95,5%2,3%3,3%2,8%
109Hyundai Eon6.57941.471-15,3%-17,2%3,1%3,0%3,2%
1110Maruti Omni6.49636.65565,3%26,4%3,0%3,0%2,9%
1214Toyota Innova5.37727.6368,3%-17,1%2,7%2,5%2,2%
1316Ford Ecosport5.17624.50029,3%512,2%1,9%2,4%1,9%
1412Maruti Celerio4.87832.6842,8%2,3%2,6%
1513Maruti Ertiga4.87530.487-1,5%-6,0%2,5%2,3%2,4%
1615Mahindra Scorpio3.84926.4646,1%0,8%1,9%1,8%2,1%
1719Renault Duster3.81621.128-15,6%-33,8%1,6%1,8%1,6%
1825Maruti Ritz3.78316.19516,1%-30,3%1,3%1,7%1,3%
1918Maruti Eeco3.24221.20511,7%7,6%2,3%1,5%1,7%
2020Hyundai Verna3.22220.441-16,9%-26,8%1,6%1,5%1,6%
2117Hyundai i203.21223.200-42,9%-43,1%1,5%1,5%1,8%
2224Mahindra XUV5003.03518.783120,4%16,3%1,4%1,4%1,5%
2321Tata Indica/Vista2.67420.167-48,1%-39,3%1,5%1,2%1,6%
2422Hyundai i102.58619.404-68,4%-61,4%1,5%1,2%1,5%
2523Hyundai Santro2.33318.838-50,6%-22,2%1,3%1,1%1,5%
2626Tata Indigo/Manza2.25815.374-8,5%12,6%1,4%1,0%1,2%
2727Toyota Etios2.17814.2822,5%-16,8%1,1%1,0%1,1%
2833Toyota Liva1.9988.8892,4%-35,8%0,9%0,9%0,7%
2931Chevrolet Beat1.77411.804-14,8%-15,1%0,8%0,8%0,9%
3030Volkswagen Polo1.69012.211-47,2%-38,8%0,8%0,8%1,0%
3129Nissan Terrano1.56712.6050,9%0,7%1,0%
3228Ford Figo1.47912.622-40,9%-44,5%0,8%0,7%1,0%
3338Honda Brio1.4387.054-39,5%-53,5%0,6%0,7%0,6%
3435Toyota Fortuner1.4347.796-8,1%-11,5%0,7%0,7%0,6%
3537Chevrolet Tavera1.2497.1550,5%0,6%0,6%
3639Volkswagen Vento1.2116.695-37,7%-45,9%0,4%0,6%0,5%
3734Datsun Go1.0977.8471,0%0,5%0,6%
3843Nissan Micra1.0305.422-48,2%-5,1%0,3%0,5%0,4%
3936Tata Sumo1.0137.422-8,3%-21,8%0,5%0,5%0,6%
4032Tata Nano1.00110.227-50,0%20,6%0,5%0,5%0,8%