Not Bolero, XUV700, But this SUV is the Best Seller for Mahindra in July 2023

Scorpio tops the Car Sales for Mahindra in July 2023
XUV700 was third best-selling car for Mahindra!

Mahindra in July 2023 did total sales of 36,205 units with the Scorpio recorded 10,522 units alone making it best-selling SUV for the carmaker. It was overall the sixth best-selling SUV in the country.

Mahindra Car Sales July 2023

ModelJuly 2023 SalesJune 2023 SalesDifference in Units

Mahindra & Mahindra celebrated one year anniversary of Scorpio-N, and 9 Lakh Production Milestone of Scorpio a couple months ago at its Chakan plant. The Scorpio has been in production since June 2022, and achieved significant sales figures over the past two decades. The Scorpio (Scorpio-N & Scorpio Classic) sales in July 2023 was 10,522 units combined which is an volume increase by 1,874 units over the 8,674 units in June 2023.

The second best-selling car for Mahindra was the Bolero SUV with 8,921 units over the 8,686 units in June 2023 with 235 units as volume growth. The Bolero is available as Diesel only powertrain, and it comes with 1.5 L 4-Cylinder Turbo Diesel Engine producing 75 bhp and 210 Nm of torque paired with 5-speed Manual Only Gearbox. The XUV700 and Thar performed great for Mahindra as well with sales of 6,176 unit and 5,265 unit respectively over the June 2023 Sales of 5,391 and 3,899 units.

The XUV300 and the electric SUV XUV400 performed good with sales of 4,533 unit, and 707 unit respectively. The XUV300 facelift was spotted with panoramic sunroof, and is expected to receive big changes to compete against its rivals, and also Mahindra updated the XUV400 with 8 new features after listening to the customer feedback, and the new features that the XUV300 is going to get will eventually make their way to the XUV400 EV soon.

Lastly, the Marazzo MUV sold 81 units over the 79 units in June 2023 and the e-Verito EV isn’t selling, and the KUV100 had been discontinued by the Mahindra a while back.

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