New Delhi: Car maker Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) has reported a 36.71% jump in domestic passenger car sales during April at 21,501 units, against 15,728 units in the corresponding month of 2007.
The company’s cumulative sales (including exports) during April were up 47.77% at 40,001 units, compared to 27,069 units in the same month a year ago, Hyundai Motor India said in a statement.
Its exports for the month accounted for 18,500 units, compared to 11,341 units during the same month previous year.
The company sold 17,334 units of hatchbacks Santro, Getz and i10, 2,668 units of Accent and Verna, 3 units of Elantra, 50 units of Sonata and 9 units of its SUV during April.
“HMIL sales for April had been robust with a very healthy growth and we feel that the budget has been a contributory factor,” company’s Senior Vice-President (Marketing and Sales) Arvind Saxena said.
“The i10 model has done exceedingly well and accounted for over 50,000 units in six months,” he added.