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The list of Top 10 best-selling cars for the month of September 2021 is here. Like always, Maruti Suzuki yet again dominated the list with five models, followed by two models each from Tata and Hyundai, and finally, one model from Kia completes the Top 10 list.
The top step of the podium is held by Maruti Suzuki Alto by selling 12,143 units in the month of September. Though this number is highest in the month of September 2021, it is still lower compared to last year's sales performance.
During the same time last year, the Maruti Suzuki sold 18,246 units of Maruti Suzuki Alto hatchback. This means the YOY growth is at -33%. However, this can be attributed to new car launches around the festive seasons.
The second step on the podium is also taken by a vehicle from the Maruti Suzuki product portfolio. However, it is not a budget hatchback but a MUV.
The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga takes the second step of the podium by selling 11,308 units, with YOY growth of 13%. Moreover, Maruti Suzuki sold more than any other MUV in the country.
On the third spot is the Kia Seltos compact SUV. Despite the compact SUV segment being highly competitive, the Korean automaker has not only sold more than its nearest competitors but also held the third spot in the Top 10 list by selling 9,583 units of Seltos SUV.
Moreover, the Seltos sales in the month of September also increased compared to last year with a YOY growth of 9%.
Next on the list is Tata Nexon. The sub-4m SUV from Tata Motors sold 9,211 units in the month of September 2021. With a YOY growth of 53%, the Tata Nexon also has the highest growth rate on this list.
The 5th spot in this list is occupied by Hyundai Creta after it suffered a -34% decline in YOY performance. The HMIL could manage to sell only 8,193 units of Hyundai Creta in India during the last month.
Next to Hyundai Creta is the Maurti Suzuki Baleno. The premium hatchback from Maruti Suzuki sold 8,077 units in the month of September 2021. However, the Maruti Suzuki Baleno had previously sold more than twice this number during the same time last year.
This means the YOY performance of the Maruti Suzuki Baleno is by far the most affected in the list with a decline of 58%.
Slotting just beneath the Maruti Suzuki Baleno is the Hyundai Venue. The Hyundai Venue takes the 7th spot on the list by selling 7,924 units of the SUV. Moreover, the SUV also suffered a 6% YOY performance decline.
Next to the Hyundai Venue is the Maruti Suzuki Eeco. Though Maruti Suzuki sold 7,632 units of Eeco in the month of September 2021, it also suffered a YOY decline in sales performance close to 30%.
The Maruti Suzuki Wagon R also suffered a huge decline in YOY performance with an almost 57% decline. The Maruti Suzuki could only manage to sell 7,632 units of Wagon R in the month of September 2021 and could manage only the 9th spot on this list.
Finally, the last spot on this Top 10 list of best-selling cars for the month of September is taken by Tata Altroz.
The premium hatchback from Tata Motors sold 5,772 units in September 2021, which compared to its performance in 2020 shows a dip of 3%.
Thoughts About Top 10 Best-Selling Cars In September 2021
If you look carefully, the majority of the vehicles in this list registered a negative growth rate compared to last year. However, there are few vehicles like Maruti Suzuki Ertiga, Tata Nexon, and Kia Seltos that registered a positive growth rate.
Source: Auto Punditz