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Top Auto sales news for November 2012

India Infoline News Service  | December 03, 2012 17:05 IST

Read below the Top Auto sales news

How auto companies fared in November?
While Maruti sold a total of 103,200 vehicles, Hero Motocorp sold 502,305 units.

TVS Motors sales down 2% in November 2012
Total two-wheeler sales of the company fell by 3.50% last month to 1,66,783 units from 1,72,829 units in the year-ago period, according to reports.

Bajaj Auto sales fall 1% in November
Commercial Vehicle (CV) sales was up 7% at 45,556 units in the month under review.

Tata Motors sold 66,500 cars in November
Cumulative sales (including exports) for the company for the fiscal were 548,168 nos., over 544,492 nos., sold last year.

Maruti registers 12% sales growth in November
The Company had sold a total of 91,772 units in November 2011

Ford India sold 10,155 cars in in November
Despite persistent market challenges on the subcontinent, domestic sales remained healthy with 5,944 vehicles sold in November this year compared to 8,322 units sold in November 2011.

Suzuki two-wheelers records 25% increase in sales in November 2012
Suzuki Motorcycle sold 39,134 units in November 2012 as opposed to 31,332 units in November 2011, recording a strong growth in its overall sales.

M&M registers 18% rise in November 2012
The companys domestic sales stood at 46755 units during November 2012, as against 38159 units during November 2011, an increase of 23%.

Yamaha posts 33% domestic sales growth in November 2012
The company continues to maintain an upward trend in sales on the back of its superb product line-up, new launch in the scooter segment and innovative customer centric activities.


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