Tata Motors in October 2023 did total sales of 48,343 units with them recently launching the Nexon Facelift, Nexon.ev, Harrier and Safari Facelift. In October, Nexon was the best-selling car for Tata with sales of 16,887 units while the Punch was the 2nd best-selling car.
Tata Motors October 2023 Sales
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In October 2023, the Nexon continues to hold its position at No.1 for Tata Motors as the best-selling car with sales of 16,887 units over the 15,325 units in September 2023 with month-on-month growth by 10.19% and volume growth by 1,562 units. The increase in sales is because of the facelift launch of the Nexon in mid-September, and the amount of changes they made is truly insane. It’s got so much features that Hyundai Creta is nothing in front of it like 360 Surround View Camera, 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster with navigation map display, front and rear parking sensors, and so much more.
At 2nd position is the Punch SUV with growth in sales to 15,317 units which is 10.23% growth compared to 13,036 units in September 2023. Tata Motors is at the moment working on the EV version of the Punch that’ll come with features even its ICE sibling doesn’t have like electric parking brake, 10.25-inch infotainment system, two-spoke steering wheel with display in between that illuminates Tata logo, and so much more. It’s expected to launch before the end of 2023.
Moving on, Altroz is at 3rd position with drop in sales to 5,984 units from the 6,684 units in September with de-growth by 10.47%, and drop in volume by 700 units. At 4th position is Tiago with 5,356 units with decline in sales by 21.11% compared to 6,789 units, and Tigor at 6th position with 1,563 unit sales which is up from 1,534 unit sales in September.
Now that the Harrier and Safari have got their respective facelift update, the Harrier is at 5th position with 1,896 unit sales with growth by 104.75%, and Safari is at 7th position with 1,340 unit sales with growth by 159.69%. Both the SUVs get same set of new features like front parking sensors, powered tailgate with gesture opening, 12.3-inch infotainment system, 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster with navigation display, and powered seats for front seats.