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India's Passenger Vehicle Sales Decline 17% In April, Worst Fall In Nearly 8 Years: Industry Body

Sales of passenger vehicles dived to 2,47,541 in April versus 2,98,504 a year earlier, data released by industry body SIAM showed.

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India's Passenger Vehicle Sales Decline 17% In April, Worst Fall In Nearly 8 Years: Industry Body

Two-wheeler sales dropped 16.4% to about 1.6 million vehicles, according to SIAM data


New Delhi/Bengaluru: 

Passenger vehicle sales in the country dropped 17 per cent in April - their worst monthly fall in nearly eight years, data from an industry body showed on Monday, as weak sentiment, high insurance costs and a liquidity crunch dented car sales.

Sales of passenger vehicles dived to 2,47,541 in April versus 2,98,504 a year earlier, data released by the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers showed. Two-wheeler sales dropped 16.4 per cent to about 1.6 million vehicles.

Last month, the country's biggest automaker Maruti Suzuki said it sold 458,479 vehicles in the three months ended March 31, down 0.7 per cent on-year, and forecast a weak rate of growth for the current fiscal year.



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