Tata Motors is really enjoying its new products sales volume in India, as the brand registered 24,552 units in May 2021 against 4,418 units.

  • Tata Motors garnered 24,552 Units in last month
  • The manufacturer cumulatively sold 15,181 units in passenger vehicle department
  • Last month tata registered 14.7 percent market share last month against 8.6 percent share in May 2020

 Tata Motors India’s domestic cumulative tally stands at 24,552 units In May 2021, against 4,418 units that were sold in the same period last year, getting YOY 456 percent sales growth. While comparing on the previous month April 2021 the manufacturer stands at 39,530 units, which translates to 38 percent negative sales growth on a MOM basis. Although, since the launch of the compact SUV Nexon, and premium hatchback Altroz, the company is really enjoying its sales volume as the products are accepted by the customers and generating a decent volume month on month. Yet again Tata held its third position in overall manufacturer’s monthly sales chart, below Maruti Suzuki and Korean brand Hyundai.  

Tata May 2021 sales
2021 Tata Safari

While when we come to the passenger sales data, tata sold 15,181 units in May 2021 against just 3,152 units in the same period last year in May 2020, with 382 percent positive sales growth. Although, it should be noted that last year due to the health crisis and pandemic almost every state across India having lockdown, and many production plants and dealerships were shut down, which results in slower sales in every sector except the medicine sector. However, when we compare this data on a MOM basis with April 2021 it resulted in 40 percent sales de-growth as the brand manages to sold 25,095 units in the passenger department.

Tata May 2021 sales
Tata motors December 2020 sales – Autoshifts

Although, Tata manages to get the 14.7 percent market share last month against 8.6 percent market share in the same period last year May 2020. A few months ago, the homegrown brand tata re-introduces the legend nameplate safari in the Indian market. The 3-row SUV performed really well as expected in the initial months in terms of sales. The SUV rivals MG hector plus and Mahindra XUV500, and the upcoming Hyundai 3-row SUV Alcazar powered with a 2.0 Litre petrol engine and 1.5 Litre turbocharged diesel engine. As for tata’s future product, it has Micro-SUV HBX (Hornbill) in its pipeline which competes against Mahindra KUV100 and Maruti Suzuki Ignis. Tata HBX is likely to be powered with a 1.2L petrol engine, mated with 5-speed MT, or optional 5-Speed AMT.   

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