Maruti's August sales rise 27% to 1,10,776 units

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The country's largest car-maker Maruti Suzuki India today reported 26.9% increase in its total sales in August at 1,10,776 units as against 87,323 units in the same month of previous year.

Domestic sales during the month stood at 98,304 units, up 29.3% from 76,018 units in August of previous year, Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) said in a statement.

Sales of mini passenger cars, including Alto, A-Star and WagonR were up 8.3% at 34,686 units as against 32,019 units in the previous year.

MSI said during the month, sales of its compact cars, comprising Swift, Estilo, Celerio, Ritz and Dzire were at 46,759 units as against 30,512 units in the year-ago month, up 53.2%.

Dzire Tour sales were at 1,328 units as against 520 units in August last year, up 114.2%.

Sales of mid-sized sedan SX4 were down by 85.6% to 50 units as against 348 units in August of previous year, the company said.

The company's sales of utility vehicles, including Ertiga and Gypsy were at 5,491 units as against 4,563 units, up 20.3%.

Van sales, comprising Omni and Eeco were at 9,990 units as compared to 7,956 units in the previous year, up 25.6%, it said.

Exports in August were up 10.3% to 12,472 units from 11,305 units in the same month of previous year, it added.


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