New Delhi: After a dry first quarter due to the lockdown, Maruti Suzuki, India’s largest carmaker, has witnessed a significant recovery in its monthly sales in July. The company has posted total sales of 108,064 units in July 2020, a growth of 88.2% over June 2020 and a fall of 1.1% over July 2019.
This includes domestic sales of 100,000 units and 1,307 units for other OEMs in the domestic market. In addition, the Company exported 6,757 units in July 2020. The company had sold 57428 vehicles in June.
“The Company remains committed to the health, safety and well-being of all members across the value chain. All production and sales continue to take place fully consistent with all safety requirements for employees and customers. This is subject to compliance with all COVID 19 related constraints” said the company.
The company’s cumulative sales in the April-July period has dropped by 64 per cent to 184663 units against 511858 units during the corresponding period in 2019-20. While the domestic sales has dropped by 64 per cent to 166165 units, exports have dropped by 56 per cent 16329 units during the four months.