Tata Motors has rolled out the sales performance for the month of April 2021. The company announced that it has sold a total of 39,530 units in the domestic market last month.
The sales performance can’t be compared with April 2020 sales since the country was in a complete lockdown state in the corresponding period last year, while in terms of month-on-month sales the numbers are down by a whopping 41% as it sold 66,609 units in March 2021.
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The 39,530 domestic unit sales include 25095 units of passenger vehicles (PV) and 16644 units of commercial vehicles.
Tata’s domestic passenger vehicle sales also saw a decline of 15% in terms of month-on-month sales as it sold 29654 units in the month of March 2021. The commercial vehicle sales also recorded a degrowth of 59%.
The dwindling car sales for a majority of carmakers in India is a direct result of the second wave of Covid-19 that has once again crippled the auto industry. With partial lockdown across the states, the Indian automakers are facing acute difficulties in all stages – from manufacturing to sales.