Tata Motors dispatches see a rise
Tata Motors said on Thursday that its total domestic sales in June rose 78 cents to 43,704 units, compared with 24,552 units in May this year. The company shipped 19,387 units in June last year. In addition, automakers stated that domestic passenger car sales in June were 24,110 units, compared with 15,181 units in May.
Last month’s commercial vehicle sales in the domestic market were 19,594 units, compared with 9,371 units in May. The automaker stated that total sales in the first quarter were 1,14,784 units, compared with 24,978 units between April and June 2020-21. Passenger vehicle (PV) sales in the first quarter were 4,444 units, compared to 14,571 units in the same period FY21.
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Shailesh Chandra, President of the Passenger Vehicle Business Unit at Tata Motors, said: “We continue to see strong customer interest in our products, resulting in strong orders. Our goal is to do our best in this environment of limited supply.”
In the first quarter of this fiscal year, the company’s commercial vehicle sales in the domestic market were 43,400 units, compared to 9,202 units in the June quarter of 2020-21. “With the easing of restrictions and a gradual reopening over the last two weeks of June of this year, we are seeing an increase in inquiries and retail stores,” said Girish Wagh, Executive Director and President (Commercial Vehicle Business Unit) of Tata Motors.