Mr. Mayank Pareek, President, Passenger Vehicle Business Unit, Tata Motors, said “Tata Motors’ passenger vehicle business grew by 12% in February owing to a continued strong demand for the Tata TIAGO. Our recently launched lifestyle UV HEXA, has received an encouraging response and going forward our robust product portfolio will drive growth in the coming months.”
Mumbai, March 01, 2017: Tata Motors passenger and commercial vehicle total sales (including exports) in February 2017 were at 47,573 vehicles, higher by 2% over 46,674 vehicles sold in February 2016. The company’s domestic sales of Tata commercial and passenger vehicles for February 2017 were at 42,679 nos., higher by 3%, over 41,532 nos., in February 2016. Cumulative sales (including exports) of the company for the fiscal was at 485,415 nos., higher by 6% over 458,648 vehicles, sold last year.
Domestic – Passenger Vehicles
In February 2017, Tata Motors passenger vehicles, in the domestic market, recorded sales at 12,272 nos., with a growth of 12%, over February 2016, due to continued strong demand for the Tata Tiago. The company has also received an encouraging response to its recently launched lifestyle UV, Tata Hexa.
Cumulative sales growth of all passenger vehicles in the domestic market for the fiscal were at 137,718 nos., a growth of 17%, compared to 117,560 nos., in the last fiscal.
Domestic – Commercial Vehicles
The overall commercial vehicles sales in February 2017, in the domestic market were at 30,407 nos. lower by 1% over February 2016.
The MHCV Cargo segment demand has picked up due to pre-buying on account of expected price increase led by BSIV implementation from 1st April. Overall sales of Tata Motors’ M&HCV were at 15,031 nos. in February 2017, a growth of 1%, over February 2016. TML Bus sales continued to grow by 30% in February 2017, driven particularly by STU orders, supported by Intercity and Staff Application segments. Demand from schools is also gaining momentum.
Improved consumer sentiments, waning effect of demonetization and aggressive push by the market players has led to recovery of S&LCV segment volumes, this month. Sales of Tata Motors’ Small & Light Commercial Vehicles were at 15,376 nos., in February 2016. Cumulative sales of commercial vehicles in the domestic market for the fiscal was flat at 289,335 nos. over last year.
The company’s sales from exports was at 4,894 nos. in February 2017, a decline of 5% (owing to lower PV shipment) compared to 5,142 vehicles sold in February 2016. The cumulative sales from exports for the fiscal was at 58,362 nos., higher by 13%, over 51,679 nos., sold last year.
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