Its time for rejoice at Tata Motors. Nearly after one year of sale the Nano crossed the 10,000 mark in April. However the Indica and Indigo range sales were down by a large number. Even the newly launched Indica eV2 did not translate into numbers for Tata Motors.
The Safari, Sumo and the Aria segment sales were up.
Official Press release
Tata Motors April sales at 64,383 nos. Tata Nano sales cross 10,000 per month mark, with a new high in April
Tata Motors’ total sales (including exports) of Tata commercial and passenger vehicles in April 2011 were 64,383 vehicles, a growth of 13% over 57,199 vehicles sold in April 2010. The company’s domestic sales of Tata commercial and passenger vehicles for April 2011 were 60,125 nos., an 11% growth over 54,062 nos. sold in April last year.
The company’s sales of commercial vehicles in April 2011 in the domestic market were 36,738 nos., a 19% growth compared to 30,963 vehicles sold in April last year. LCV sales were 22,802 nos., a growth of 28% over April last year. M&HCV sales stood at 13,936 nos., a growth of 6% over April last year.
The passenger vehicles business reported a total sale and distribution offtake of 25,436 nos. (23,387 Tata + 2,049 Fiat) in the domestic market in April 2011, compared to 24,899 nos. (23,099 Tata + 1,800 Fiat) in April last year. Sales of Tata passenger vehicles for April 2011 are at 23,387 nos, clocking a gentle growth over April last year. Sales of the Tata Nano were 10,012 nos., higher by 184% over April last year. The Indica range sales were 4,250 nos., lower by 53% over April last year. The Indigo range recorded sales of 5,282 nos., lower by 27% over April last year. The Sumo/ Safari/ Aria/ Venture range accounted for sales of 3,843 nos., higher by 15% over April last year.
Jaguar Land Rover sales continued their upward trend.
The company’s sales from exports at 4,258 vehicles in April 2011 registered a growth of 36% compared to 3,137 vehicles in April last year.