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April 2022 Cars Sales Analysis - Sedan Segment YoY, MoM Change | V3Cars

In this April 2022 cars sales analysis article, we’ll look at the YoY and MoM change in sales figures of all sedans in India. We’ll also include our observations based on the sales data and possible reasons behind a massive increase or drop in sales, where applicable.

April 2022 Cars Sales Analysis - Sedan

Sedans Segment April 2022 Car Sales - YoY Change

  • Among the sedans, the Slavia’s sales figures suggest that the customers are willing to buy a sedan if they offer a fresh design, road presence and a comparable feature list
  • The Slavia was the bestselling sedan in its segment despite carrying the highest price tag (excluding City hybrid)
  • With the launch of the Slavia, the Ciaz and Verna suffered the biggest loss of 60 - 70% YoY.
  • The 5th gen City is a fairly fresh product, which went on sale just 2 years ago. The City’s D-segment-like length and road presence helped it limit its losses as its sales declined only 26.5% after the Slavia’s launch.
  • The City hybrid should help the sedan regain the top spot in May as the Slavia’s new-model euphoria fizzles out.
  • The Virtus is also in line to go on sale and it could again disrupt City’s pole positioning in June.
  • Among the smaller sedans, the Dzire continues as the torch bearer with 10,000+ dispatches in April but it too suffered a YoY decline of 24% in April 2022.
  • Among the smaller sedans, the Tigor, Amaze and Xcent-Aura siblings delivered YoY gains last month.

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SEDANS APRIL 2022 CAR SALES

YOY CHANGE

Brand

Model

Segment

Apr 2022

Apr 2021

Change

%Change

Maruti Suzuki

Dzire

B2

10,701

14,073

-3,372

-23.96%

Honda

Amaze

B2

4,467

3,920

547

13.95%

Hyundai

Xcent + Aura

B2

4,035

3,347

688

20.56%

Tata

Tigor

B2

3,803

1,627

2,176

133.74%

Skoda

Slavia

C

2,431

 

2,431

-

Honda

City

C

2,300

3,128

-828

-26.47%

Hyundai

Verna

C

781

2,552

-1,771

-69.40%

Maruti Suzuki

Ciaz

C

579

1,567

-988

-63.05%

Skoda

Octavia

D1

147

5

142

2840.00%

Toyota

Camry

D2

129

0

129

-

Skoda

Superb

D2

74

105

-31

-29.52%

Volkswagen

Vento

C

57

170

-113

-66.47%

Mahindra

e-Verito

C

1

 

1

-

Honda

Civic

D1

0

0

0

-

Hyundai

Elantra

D1

0

53

-53

-

Ford

Aspire

B2

0

173

-173

-

Skoda

Rapid

C

0

848

-848

-

Toyota

Yaris

C

0

285

-285

-

Hyundai

Elantra

D1

 

53

-53

-

Sedan Segment April 2022 Car Sales - MoM Change

  • Almost all sedans reported a decline in MoM sales and the Ciaz led the pack of top MoM losers with a 68.4% decline in dispatches (excluding low-volume e-Verito and Vento, which will soon exit the showrooms)
  • Among the few MoM gainers, the Amaze is at the top with a 49.5% growth

SEDAN APRIL 2022 CAR SALES

MOM CHANGE

Brand

Model

Segment

Apr 2022

Mar 2022

Change

%Change

Maruti Suzuki

Dzire

B2

10,701

18,623

-7,922

-42.54%

Honda

Amaze

B2

4,467

2,988

1,479

49.50%

Hyundai

Xcent +Aura

B2

4,035

3,775

260

6.89%

Tata

Tigor

B2

3,803

4,007

-204

-5.09%

Skoda

Slavia

D1

2,431

2,665

-234

-8.78%

Honda

City

C

2,300

3,225

-925

-28.68%

Hyundai

Verna

C

781

1,586

-805

-50.76%

Maruti Suzuki

Ciaz

C

579

1,834

-1,255

-68.43%

Skoda

Octavia

D1

147

180

-33

-18.33%

Toyota

Camry

D2

129

120

9

7.50%

Skoda

Superb

D2

74

180

-106

-58.89%

Volkswagen

Vento

C

57

175

-118

-67.43%

Mahindra

e-Verito

C

1

6

-5

-83.33%

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Prathu Sharma

Engineer by upbringing, artist by passion, motorhead because ,why not! Likes to know about everything related to technology, switches between american muscle and german innovation depending on the day. Wants to own 69' Mustang Mach 1 and to drive BMW M3 87'someday.

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