Mahindra and Mahindra today released its monthly sales numbers for November 2018, and the company has registered a total growth of 17 per cent, selling 45,101 vehicles last month, compared to 38,570 sold in November 2017.
The company's passenger vehicle business saw a marginal hike of 1 per cent with 16,188 units, against the 16,030 units sold during the same month last year. The company's total domestic sales saw a growth of 15 per cent, while exports shot up by 40 per cent with 3,537 units, compared to the 2,531 units exported in November 2017.
Commenting on the monthly performance, Rajan Wadhera, President, Automotive Sector, Mahindra said, "We have registered a double-digit growth in our overall sales. However, adverse macroeconomic conditions have impacted the growth forecast for the automotive industry in general.
Going forward, we hope that decrease in fuel prices and improving liquidity will drive demand for passenger vehicles. At Mahindra, we remain upbeat due to our new product launches of Marazzo, Alturas G4 and the upcoming launch of our new SUV codenamed S201."