Top Selling Sedans In India 2022


In India, the majority of sales of passenger vehicles are in the hatchback and SUV categories. As a result of this, manufacturers have been focusing more on the mid-sized and small SUV market in the last two to three years.

Buyers’ attention has been drawn away from the sedan class by a slew of new offers with improved features and updated technologies that are available for a reasonable price. Sales of sedans in India, which are less popular with consumers, accounted for barely 10% of total passenger car sales in January 2022.

SUVs and crossovers are more cost-effective than sedans, which typically cost between Rs 10 and 17 lakh. There were 34,312 units of the top 10 sedans sold in India in January, a 0.06 percent increase over the 34,312 units sold in January 2021. All ten of the sedans on the MoM sales list saw a considerable uptick in sales. In December 2021, there were 24,322 units sold, a 41.07 percent increase.

Maruti Suzuki DZire

The Maruti Suzuki DZire was the best-selling car in India. Even while sales were down year over year, it nevertheless commanded a 43.62 percent market share in the last month and was the only sedan to sell more than 10,000 units. The DZire sold 14,967 units in January 2021, a decrease from the 15,125 units sold in January of the previous year. With a 40.76 percent increase over the 10,633 units sold in December 2021, MoM sales improved higher.

As recently as two years ago, Maruti Suzuki’s Dzire subcompact vehicle had a slight update. With a starting price of Rs 6.09 lakh and going up to Rs 9.13 lakh for the ZXi Plus automatic form, it remains a popular choice for consumers in India.

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Honda Amaze and Honda City

Five,395 Honda Amazes were sold in January 2021, a 1.50 percent YoY decrease from the five,477 sold in January 2021. This is a 47.44 percent year-over-year increase over the 3,659 units sold in December 2021. A total of nine versions are available for the Amaze subcompact car and costs range from Rs 6.41 lakh to Rs 11.24 lakh for the VX diesel CVT model. 3rd on the list was the Honda City car, a compact sedan. Sales of 3,950 units, up from 3,667 units sold in January 2021 and 3,743 units sold in December 2021, rose both YoY (7.72 percent) and MoM (5.53 percent).

Hyundai Aura, Tata Tigor and Maruti Ciaz

The Hyundai Aura, Tata Tigor, and Maruti Ciaz all followed closely after. In January 2021, sales of Aura models fell by 20.32 percent YoY to 3,333 units, from 4,183 units. In December 2021, the Aura sold 1,715 units and had a market share of 9.71 percent, up from the 7.05 percent it had in the previous month.

In recent months, Tata Motors has seen a significant increase in demand. In January 2022, Tata’s SUVs accounted for 51% of the company’s sales, while the Tigor sedan accounted for 45.78% of these sales, bringing the total to 2,952 units sold, up from 2,025 units sold in January 2021. In December 2021, this vehicle sold 1,994 units, an increase of 48.04 percent year-over-year.

Maruti Suzuki Ciaz came in at No. 6 in India’s top ten sedan sales charts. There were 1,666 units sold in the preceding month, increasing 23.68 percent from 1,347 units in January 2021. A 38.37 percent rise over the 1,204 units sold in December 2021 was also seen in MoM sales. This year’s Ciaz has been refreshed with new colours, but there have been no further modifications to features or engine options.

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Hyundai Verna

With 1,622 units sold in January 2022, the Hyundai Verna was ranked seventh, down 18.90 percent from the 2,000 units sold in January 2021. 640 units were sold in December 2021, a 65.17 percent increase over the previous year. Sales of the Skoda Octavia have climbed by a whopping 1,225 percent over the last month, from only 8 units sold in January 2021, to 166 units sold this month.

Indian customers may reserve a brand-new Slavia sedan from Skoda for as little as Rs 11,000 ahead of its introduction later this month. When it comes to the Skoda model range, the Slavia will sit between the Octavia and the Superb. With sales of 139 and 122 units, VW Vento and Skoda Superb came in at the bottom of the list. In comparison to last year, sales fell by 36.82 percent and 48.95 percent. As compared to 70 units sold in December 2021, sales climbed 98.57 percent, and 662.50 percent.


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