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The cars of Hyundai, Honda and Skoda were left behind by these sedans of Maruti and Tata, the wonder of Dzire

New Delhi: Maruti Dzire Tata Tigor And Other Best Sedan Cars In India, Sedan cars are also very much liked by the people in India between the reign of hatchbacks and SUVs and Maruti Suzuki has a strong presence in this segment as well. That’s why Maruti Dzire was the best-selling sedan in the last month, ie February 2022. At the same time, Tata’s fine sedan Tigor has surpassed Honda and Hyundai to claim the title of second best selling sedan. If you too are making up your mind to buy a good sedan car at a low price these days, then first know here which sedan people are liking the most and which sedan cars are in the top 10?

Popular sedans from Maruti and Tata
Maruti Suzuki Dzire continues to top the list of best-selling sedans in India with a total of 17,438 units sold in February 2022 with an annual growth of over 46 per cent. It is followed by Tata Tigor at number two, with a total of 4,091 units sold last month. Hyundai Aura is at number three, which has sold a total of 3668 units. Honda Amaze is at number four, with a total of 3405 units sold. Honda City is at number five, with a total of 2836 units sold last month.

Tata Tigor sales pick up pace

Fantastic Cars of Skoda and Volkswagen
If we look at the February 2022 sales report of the best selling sedans in India, the number six is ​​Maruti Ciaz, which is a premium midsize sedan with a total of 1912 units sold. This is followed by the recently launched sedan Skoda Slavia, with a total of 1862 units sold in February 2022. A total of 1058 units of Hyundai Verna were sold last month. At the same time, Volkswagen Vento is at number 9, which has sold a total of 277 units. Skoda Octavia is the 10th best selling sedan with a total of 168 units sold. Toyota Camry has sold a total of 161 units in the premium sedan.

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