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June jamboree: Tata Motors posts 33.3% growth, Indica, Indigo on record sales

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June jamboree: Tata Motors posts 33.3% growth, Indica, Indigo on record sales

Tata Motors has reported sales of 30,183 vehicles (including exports) in June this year, a growth of 33.3% over the 22,644 vehicles sold June, last year. Cumulative sales for the first quarter (April-June, 2004) have aggregated to 84,918 units, a 40.6% growth over the last year. Domestic market sales in June 2004 stood at 28,522 vehicles against 21,133 sold in June 2003 – an increase of 35%. Cumulative domestic sales for the fiscal at 80,658 units showed a growth of 42.1%.

Significantly, Indica registered its highest-ever monthly sales in June, driving out 9,426 cars. Its cumulative sales of 25,136 in the first quarter, this fiscal showed a growth of 37.6%. In the sedan segment, Indigo also registered its highest-ever monthly sales in June with 3,224 units, which is also the best sales figure among all sedans. Cumulative sales of 8,971 units are growing by 55.9%. The Sumo and Safari registered sales of 2,427 units in the same month.

The company's sales of commercial vehicles in June in the domestic market stood at 13,445 units – an increase of 36.4% over 9,858 vehicles sold in June 2003. M&HCV sales of 9,355 units has grown by 44.7% and LCV sales at 4,090 units has shot up by 20.5% over the corresponding period last year.


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