New Delhi: Auto maker Ford India today reported a 6.9 per cent increase in its total sales at 14,215 units in April.
It had sold 13,297 units in April 2014. Ford India’s domestic sales were at 4,931 units last month, down 25.86 per cent from 6,651 units a year ago, the company said in a statement.
It said exports during the month stood at 9,284 units as compared to 6,646 units in April 2014, up 39.69 per cent.
Commenting on the sales performance, Ford India Executive Director Marketing, Sales and Service Anurag Mehrotra said: “The current economic environment is still a mixed bag with inflation easing but weak monsoon, coupled with high interest rates, can potentially put pressure on vehicle sales in the coming months.”
He, however, said: “We expect the demand to improve towards the last quarter of 2015 and are geared to make the most of this improvement with plans to introduce three new products in the next 12-15 months.”
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