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September 2023 Cars Sales Analysis - MPV YoY, MoM Change, 6-Month Trend | V3Cars

In this September 2023 car sales analysis article, we’ll look at the YoY and MoM change in sales figures of all MPVs in India. Where applicable, we’ll also include our observations based on the sales data and possible reasons behind a massive increase or drop in sales. Lastly, the table with monthly sales of all MPVs for the last 6 months will give you an idea about their 6-month sales trend.

MPV

MPV Segment September 2023 Car Sales - YoY Change

  • Top Gainers:
    • Maruti Suzuki Ertiga (C1-segment): The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga saw significant YoY growth of 45.48%. This indicates that it continues to be a popular choice among consumers in the C1 segment.
    • Maruti Nexa XL6 (C2-segment): The Maruti Nexa XL6 experienced a notable YoY growth of 47.37%, indicating increased demand for this model in the C2 segment.
    • Toyota Innova Crysta/HyCross (D1-segment): The Toyota Innova Crysta/HyCross showed a substantial YoY growth of 22.22%. This suggests that this model remains a preferred option in the D1 segment.
  • Top Losers:
    • Kia Carens (C2-segment): The Kia Carens faced a YoY decline of 17.26%, indicating reduced sales compared to the previous year.
    • Renault Triber (B2-segment): The Renault Triber experienced a significant YoY decline of 46.81%, suggesting a decrease in demand for this model in the B2 segment.
    • Kia Carnival (D2-segment) and Toyota Vellfire (D2-segment): Both the Kia Carnival and Toyota Vellfire recorded no sales in September 2023, resulting in a YoY decline of 100%. This may be attributed to factors such as supply constraints or changes in the lineup.

MPV SEPTEMBER 2023 CAR SALES

YOY CHANGE

S.No.

Brand

Model

Segment

Sep 2023

Sep 2022

Change

%Change

Trend

1

Maruti Suzuki

Ertiga

C1

13,528

9,299

4,229

45.48%

2

Maruti Suzuki

Eeco

A

11,147

12,697

-1,550

-12.21%

3

Toyota

Innova Crysta/HyCross

D1

8,900

7,282

1,618

22.22%

4

Maruti Nexa

XL6

C2

4,511

3,061

1,450

47.37%

5

Kia

Carens

C2

4,330

5,233

-903

-17.26%

6

Renault

Triber

B2

1,642

3,087

-1,445

-46.81%

7

Toyota

Rumion

D1

1,461

-

1,461

-

-

8

Citroen

C3 Aircross

C1

400

-

400

-

-

9

Maruti Suzuki

Invicto

D1

389

-

389

-

-

10

Mahindra

Marazzo

C2

144

-

144

-

-

11

Kia

Carnival

D2

0

333

-333

-

-

12

Toyota

Vellfire

D2

0

50

-50

-

-

MPV Segment September 2023 Car Sales - MoM Change

  • Top Gainers:
    • Toyota Rumion (D1-segment): The Toyota Rumion experienced a remarkable MoM growth of 1204.46%, with sales jumping from 112 to 1,461. This substantial increase suggests a surge in demand or the introduction of a new variant.
    • Citroen C3 Aircross (C1-segment): The Citroen C3 Aircross had an impressive MoM growth of 684.31%, with sales increasing from 51 to 400. This indicates growing popularity in the C1 segment.
    • Mahindra Marazzo (C2-segment): The Mahindra Marazzo saw a significant MoM growth of 206.38%, with sales increasing from 47 to 144. This may be attributed to consumer preferences for vehicles in the C2 segment.
    • Maruti Suzuki Ertiga (C1-segment): The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga recorded a MoM growth of 9.85%, indicating a continued preference for this model in the C1 segment.
    • Maruti Nexa XL6 (C2-segment): The Maruti Nexa XL6 had a healthy MoM growth of 7.82%, showcasing sustained interest in this model.
  • Top Losers:
    • Maruti Suzuki Invicto (D1-segment): The Maruti Suzuki Invicto experienced a significant MoM decline of 33.96%, with sales dropping from 589 to 389. This suggests a decrease in demand for this model.
    • Maruti Suzuki Eeco (A-segment): The Maruti Suzuki Eeco faced a MoM decline of 6.00%, indicating reduced sales compared to the previous month.
    • Kia Carens (C2-segment): The Kia Carens saw a modest MoM decline of 0.67%, suggesting some fluctuations in demand for this model.
    • Renault Triber (B2-segment): The Renault Triber experienced a MoM decline of 9.83%, indicating reduced interest compared to the previous month.

MPV SEPTEMBER 2023 CAR SALES

MOM CHANGE

S.No.

Brand

Model

Segment

Sep 2023

Aug 2023

Change

%Change

Trend

1

Maruti Suzuki

Ertiga

C1

13,528

12,315

1,213

9.85%

2

Maruti Suzuki

Eeco

A

11,147

11,859

-712

-6.00%

3

Toyota

Innova Crysta/HyCross

D1

8,900

8,666

234

2.70%

4

Maruti Nexa

XL6

C2

4,511

4,184

327

7.82%

5

Kia

Carens

C2

4,330

4,359

-29

-0.67%

6

Renault

Triber

B2

1,642

1,821

-179

-9.83%

7

Toyota

Rumion

D1

1,461

112

1,349

1204.46%

8

Citroen

C3 Aircross

C1

400

51

349

684.31%

9

Maruti Suzuki

Invicto

D1

389

589

-200

-33.96%

-

10

Mahindra

Marazzo

C2

144

47

97

206.38%

MPV Cars — 6-Month Sales Trend (April 2023 - September 2023)

MPV CARS 6 MONTH SALES TREND

APRIL 2023 - SEPTEMBER 2023

Brand

Model

Apr 2023

May 2023

Jun 2023

Jul 2023

Aug 2023

Sep 2023

6 Month Avg

Maruti Suzuki

Eeco

10,504

12,818

9,354

12,037

11,859

11,147

11,287

Maruti Suzuki

Ertiga

5,532

10,528

8,422

14,352

12,315

13,528

10,780

Toyota

Innova Crysta/HyCross

4,837

7,776

8,361

8,935

8,666

8,900

7,913

Kia

Carens

6,107

6,367

8,047

6,002

4,359

4,330

5,869

Maruti Nexa

XL6

2,860

3,577

2,856

4,320

4,184

4,511

3,718

Renault

Triber

2,079

2,115

2,257

1,802

1,821

1,642

1,953

Mahindra

Marazzo

0

33

79

81

47

144

64

Maruti Suzuki

Invicto

-

-

-

-

589

389

489

Toyota

Vellfire

146

5

0

0

0

0

25

Kia

Carnival

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Toyota

Rumion

-

-

-

-

112

1,461

787

Citroen

C3 Aircross

-

-

-

-

51

400

226

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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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