New Delhi: India’s biggest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India Restricted (MSIL) on Friday described a 33.four% drop in its domestic passenger motor vehicle income to 108,991 models in October 2021. The enterprise sold 163,656 models in October final calendar year.
Complete domestic income (which includes passenger cars and light-weight commercial cars) for Maruti Suzuki stood at 112,788 models in October 2021, as in opposition to 166,825 models in the very same period final calendar year.
Whilst the lack of electronic parts continued to impact the creation of cars through the month, the enterprise took all attainable steps to minimise the effect. Appropriately, the enterprise sold far more cars than the envisioned income volume at the start off of the month, MSIL said in a regulatory filing.
The automaker posted total income of 138,335 models in October 2021, which contains domestic income of 112,788 models, income to other OEMs at four,225 models and exports of 21,322 models.
The mini passenger cars Alto and S-Presso clocked 21,831 unit income in October 2021, as opposed to 28,462 models in October 2020. Compact passenger cars which includes Baleno, Celerio, Dzire Ignis, Swift, Tour S, and WagonR logged forty eight,690 models in the month under overview, in opposition to 95,067 models in October final calendar year.
MSIL recorded 27,081 unit income of its UVs which include Ertiga, Gypsy, S-Cross, Vitara Brezza, XL6 as in opposition to 25,396 models in October 2020. Income for the mid-size Ciaz segment stood at one,069 models through the month under overview as as opposed to one,422 models in the corresponding month final calendar year.
On Saturday, the carmaker said it expects an adverse effect on creation at its two plants in Haryana and father or mother Suzuki’s Gujarat plant in November on account of source constraint of electronic parts due to semiconductor lack.