SUVs have been dominating the sales market for the recent past few years and to be exact the Compact and Mid-Size SUVs. With these cars, one can attain both the luxuries of a premium car and the sportiness and power of a powerful car and with these features, these segments are killing the sedan sales which were considered as the best sellers. And many companies have been focusing on the SUV segments solely now, like Mahindra, Skoda and others too. Here is the list of Top 10 mid-size SUVs sold for April 2021.

This time however we won’t be comparing these sales of these cars for April 2020 as at that period the country was suffering from a deadly virus which has struck back again even harder and this time have made the country bend their knees in front of it due to the carelessness of public. for April 2020Sales for April 2021Sales for March 2021
1.Hyundai Creta 12,46312,640
2.Kia Seltos 8,08610,557
3.Mahindra Scorpio 3,5772,331
4.Maruti Suzuki S-Cross2,2472,535
5.MG Hector 2,1474,720
6.Tata Harrier1,7122,284
7.Tata Safari1,5142,148
8.Jeep Compass8461,360
9.Mahindra XUV500 717603
10.Citroen C5 Aircross 220

In the first place, we have the Hyundai Creta which sold a total of 12,463 units in April 2021 compared to 12,640 units sold in March 2021, this decline in the sale can be due to the rising waiting period of the car and the sudden lockdown affecting the last week sales. Next on the list, we have the consistent 2nd position holder Kia Seltos which also is based on the same platform as the Creta, but is missing some features like the panoramic sunroof and more from the list. The car made a sale of 8,086 units compared last month compared to 10,557 units in the month of March 2021.

For the 7th spots, we have Tata Safari, which is also suffering from the high waiting period condition but managed to sell 1,514 units last month compared to the March 2021 sale of 2,148 units. And at the 10th position on the list, we have the newcomer Citroen C5 Aircross which was launched last month and managed to sell only 220 units last month.

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