The company's total Medium and Heavy Commercial Vehicle (M&HCV) sales stood at 5,114 units in November 2020, down by 14% from 5,966 units recorded in the same month last year.
M&HCV's total performance was dragged by M&HCV Bus segment, where sales slipped by a whopping 74% to merely 584 units in November 2020, compared to sales of 2,290 units in November 2019.
On the other hand, M&HCV Trucks sales stood at 4,530 units, surging by 23% from 3,676 units sold in November 2019.
While Ashok Leyland's light commercial vehicle (LCV) sales were at 5,545 units in November 2020, increasing by 32% from sales of 4,209 units in November 2019.
The above-mentioned data includes sales figures of both domestic and exports.
So far in 2020, Ashok Leyland's total sales stand at 43,895 units, declining by 50% as against sales of 88,581 units recorded in the corresponding period of the previous year.
At around 11.29 am, Ashok Leyland was trading at flat at Rs92.20 per piece on Sensex. The stock has touched to an intraday high of Rs93.20 per piece post sales data announcement.