Maruti Suzuki Become Best Selling Sedan Car: Sedan cars are also a good option for those looking to buy a luxury and comfort-packed budget car in India and these are dominated by the Maruti Suzuki DZire. Yes, Maruti Dzire, which has been the country’s top selling sedan for a long time, continued its rage in September 2022 as well and this car with a starting price of Rs 6.24 lakh has competed in its segment along with Hyundai Aura, Honda Amaze and Tata Tigor. Popular sedans like Honda City left far behind. If you also want to buy a new sedan car for yourself this Diwali, then first look at the top 10 sedan cars here.
Everyone’s choice of Maruti Suzuki Dzire
Looking at the September 2022 sedan sales report, Maruti Suzuki DZire was the top selling car in this segment with a total of 9,601 units sold. There has been a 348 percent increase in sales of DZire in September 2022 as compared to September 2022. Second in the top 10 list of best selling sedans was the Hyundai Aura, with a total of 4,239 units sold last month, registering a 48 per cent year-on-year growth in sales. Honda Amaze is at number three in the list, with a total of 4,082 units sold last September and 98 percent more sales in September this year than in September 2021. At number four is the Tata Tigor, which has sold a total of 3700 units and is with an annual growth of 184 per cent.
How many sales of Honda City?
At number five in the top 10 list of best selling sedans is the Honda City, with a total sales of 3420 units and an annual growth of just 2 per cent over September 2021. Hyundai’s premium sedan Hyundai Verna is at number six in the list, with a total of 1654 units sold last month. Next comes the Volkswagen Vertus, which sold a total of 1986 units last month. The Vertus was not even launched in September last year. Maruti Suzuki Ciaz is at number eight, with a total of 1359 units sold last month. Skoda Slavia is at number 9 and it has sold 937 units in last September. At number ten is the Skoda Superb, which has sold a total of 190 units and is down by 10 per cent.