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Kia made a record of selling 6 lakh units of cars in 3 years, an increase of 69% in the last month

Kia India has registered sales of 24,025 units in November 2022. Kia is one of the fastest growing car manufacturers in the country.

The South Korean automobile manufacturer has registered a growth of 69% YoY. The carmaker had sold 14,214 units in the same month last year.

Kia India’s car sales list is topped by Kia Seltos, which is the company’s compact SUV, with 9,284 units sold in the last month i.e. November 2022. It was followed by sales of 7,834 units, 6,360 units and 419 units of Sonnet, Carens and Carnival respectively.

The company has also delivered 128 units of its premium electric sedan EV6 in the domestic market, taking the total EV6 deliveries to 296 units. Kia India has crossed the sales mark of 6 lakh units in 3 years.

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Moreover, as per the company’s report, Seltos and Sonnet have contributed to 88% of Kia India’s total sales till date. The company claims that it has sold 2,39,372 cars in India in the first 11 months. In the calendar year 2021, the company sold a total of 1,81,583 cars.

Hardeep Singh Brar, Vice President and Head of Sales and Marketing, Kia India, said the company is delighted to report strong sales figures for the full year driven by improved customer sentiment and uptick in demand.

He credits the introduction of a third shift at its modern Anantapur plant earlier this year and gradual improvements in the supply chain have helped reduce waiting periods and meet customer expectations. However, we are mindful of dynamic market conditions.


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