Passenger autos manufacturing stood at 1,21,381 models in August seeing a progress of 10 per cent
The world coronavirus pandemic has been a difficult one for everybody. With companies and subsequently the financial system affected, everyone seems to be looking for silver linings amidst the darkish cloud. Businesses are getting again on observe and with gross sales within the automotive sector going up in August, there’s an enchancment in manufacturing as nicely. Maruti Suzuki India has registered a year-on-year rise in manufacturing of 11 per cent in August 2020, the corporate mentioned in a BSE submitting. These numbers are a lot better than what the corporate posted in July 2020, witnessing a year-on-year manufacturing decline of 19.19 per cent.
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Maruti Suzuki India had recorded a rise of 15 per cent in August 2020 gross sales.
Overall, the Indo-Japanese carmaker manufactured 1,23,769 models in August 2020 as in comparison with 1,11,370 models developed in the identical month final 12 months. The complete variety of passenger autos manufactured final month have been 1,21,381 models compared to 1,10,214 models in the identical month final 12 months, seeing a rise of 10.13 per cent.
Production of mini hatchbacks – Alto and S-Presso in August 2020 went up by 60.76 per cent at 22,208 models as in comparison with 13,814 models manufactured in the identical month final 12 months. Production of compact autos resembling the brand new WagonR, Celerio, Swift, Dzire, Ignis, Baleno and the Glanza noticed a marginal improve of 67,348 models in opposition to 67,095 models manufactured a 12 months in the past. However, manufacturing of the Ciaz compact sedan went down by 47.92 per cent at 1190 models as in comparison with 2285 models manufactured a 12 months in the past.
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In August 2020, the utility automobile phase comprising of Gypsy, Ertiga, S-Cross, Vitara Brezza and XL6 recorded a rise of 43.96 per cent at 21,737 models as in comparison with 15,099 models manufactured a 12 months in the past. Production of the Eeco van too went down by 26.49 per cent at 8898 models as in comparison with 11,921 models. Talking in regards to the business automobile phase, the Super Carry is the only mild business automobile in carmaker’s portfolio for the Indian market. The manufacturing of LCV went up by 106.57 per cent at 2,388 models as in comparison with 1,156 models that have been manufactured in the identical month a 12 months in the past.