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Mahindra sold 36,437 cars in April 2021

Written by AnantaSaranNayak

Mahindra & Mahindra’s Automotive division announces the sales report for April 2021. The brand garnered a total sales of 36,437 units for the given month. This comprises passenger, commercial and export vehicles. There is no year-on-year growth comparison as for April 2020, there were zero sales due to the national-wide lockdown. In the utility vehicle segment, Mahindra registered a total sales of 18,186 units in April 2021. And, for the passenger vehicle segment, the brand sold a cumulative 18,285 units for the given month. The export figures stood at 2,005 units for April 2021.

Mahindra’s Passenger Vehicle Segment Witnesses Steady Growth

For the month of April, Mahindra registered a growth of 9.5 per cent in the passenger vehicle segment. This is in comparison to last month’s sales figure. The situation right now is quite threatening in the country with strict lockdowns across various states. This impacted the sales figure of most of the automotive companies in the country. The same will follow in the month of May, as the cases keep rising as the days pass on.

Mahindra Farm Equipment Sector’s Sales Figure

Mahindra (FES), registered domestic sales of 26,130 tractors as against 4,716 units for the same period last year. The export figure rose from 56 units in April 2020 to 1,393 units for April 2021. Mahindra anticipates that the demand for tractors will rise further as the Kharif crop season starts soon.

Mahindra’s Future Launches In India

The highly anticipated XUV700 will soon hit Indian roads. We have multiple spy shots of the SUV, suggesting that Mahindra XUV700 is in the final phase of testing. In terms of size and dimension, XUV700 will be much bigger than the XUV500. The all-new Scorpio is also on the cards, and the launch will happen after the launch of the XUV700. In the electric segment as well, Mahindra is making some giant steps. As per sources, the brand is looking to invest close to INR 3,000 in the electric mobility segment.