Car Sales in May 2022 – Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, Tata Motors, Kia, Toyota, Mahindra, And Honda

Maruti Suzuki sold 1,24,474 units in May 2022, compared to 32,903 units in the same period last year, representing a 278.3% increase in sales year on year.

Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) remained at the top of the overall manufacturers’ sales charts in May 2022, selling 1,24,474 units compared to 32,903 units during the same period in 2021, a 278.3% YoY increase. Last month, Tata Motors surpassed Hyundai to become India’s second most popular automaker.

The company sold 43,340 units in comparison to 15,180 units in the same period in 2021, representing a YoY sales increase of 185.5%, as the Nexon compact SUV impressed once again, finishing second in the top ten individual car sales table behind Maruti Suzuki’s WagonR.

Tata Motors
Tata Motors

Hyundai sold 42,293 units last month compared to 25,001 units in the same period in 2021, representing a YoY sales increase of nearly 69%. Mahindra & Mahindra finished fourth with 26,650 units versus 7,748 units in May 2021, representing a 244% YoY sales increase, while Kia finished fifth with 18,718 units and a 69.4% YoY growth.

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Car Brands (YoY)May 2022 SalesMay 2021 Sales
1. Maruti Suzuki (278.3%)1,24,47432,903
2. Tata (185.5%)43,34015,180
3. Hyundai (69.2%)42,29325,001
4. Mahindra (244%)26,6507,748
5. Kia (69.4%)18,71811,050
6. Toyota (1345%)10,216707
7. Honda (303%)8,1882,032
8. Renault (91.2%)5,0102,620
9. Skoda (543%)4,604716
10. MG (177.6%)4,0081,444
11. VW (174.5%)3,5031,276
12. Nissan (72.6%)2,1311,235
13. FCA (95.4%)928475
14. Citroen (-40%)2440
Car Sales in May 2022

Toyota Kirloskar Motor sold 10,216 units last month, compared to 707 units in the same period in 2021, representing a 1345% increase in sales year on year. Honda finished seventh with 8,188 units versus 2,032 units, a 303% increase. Within the next two years, the Japanese automaker is expected to introduce an all-new compact SUV and a midsize SUV.

Renault India sold 5,010 units compared to 2,620 units, representing a 91.2% increase year on year. Skoda finished ninth, ahead of MG Motors, Volkswagen, Nissan, FCA, and Citroen, with 4,604 units versus 716 units in the same period a year ago, representing a 543% increase in volume.

Skoda and Volkswagen debuted the Kushaq, Taigun, and Slavia as part of the India 2.0 project, while the Virtus midsize sedan is set to debut soon. Citroen will launch the mass-market C3 in India next month.

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