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Top 15 Most Sold SUVs In Feb 2021 – Creta, Brezza, Nexon, Kiger, Fortuner




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Hyundai Creta was the most sold SUV in India in February 2021 ahead of Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Hyundai Venue, Kia Seltos and Kia Sonet

With the compact and mid-size SUV segments booming in sales, automobile manufacturers are stepping in with new products naturally to grab a large pie. This is the reason why the list of top 15 most sold SUVs in the country in February features them in the majority. The Creta continued to be the best-seller with 12,428 units as against 700 units with 1675 per cent growth.

The second-placed Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza finished closely behind the Hyundai Creta with a total of 11,585 units as against 6,866 units during the same period last year with a 69 per cent volume increase. Its main rival, Hyundai Venu, ended up third with 11,224 units as against 10,321 units during the corresponding month in 2020 with 9 per cent growth.

The Creta’s direct rival, Kia Seltos, slotted in at fourth with 8,305 units in February 2021 as against 14,024 units during the same period in 2020 with 40.7 per cent Year-on-Year de-growth. The Sonet has been performing well since its market debut in the second half of 2020 as nearly 8,000 units were sold last month.

Top 15 SUVs (YoY)February Sales 2021February 2020 Sales
1. Hyundai Creta (1675%)12,428700
2. Maruti Vitara Brezza (69%)11,5856,866
3. Hyundai Venue (9%)11,22410,321
4. Kia Seltos (-40.7%)8,30514,024
5. Kia Sonet 7,997New Launch
6. Tata Nexon (103%)7,9293,894
7. MG Hector (200%)3,6621,218
8. Mahindra Scorpio (134%)3,5321,505
9. Renault Kiger3,226New Launch
10. Mahindra XUV 300 (30%)3,1742,431
11. Ford EcoSport (-14.5%)3,1713,713
12. Nissan Magnite2,991New Launch
13. Mahindra Thar2,8420
14. Toyota Urban Cruiser 2,549New Launch
15. Toyota Fortuner (36%)2,0531,510

The Nexon’s sales numbers are seemingly on the up every month as 7,929 units were sold last month as against 3,894 units during the same period in 2020 with a 103 per cent YoY volume increase. The Hector finished in the seventh position with 3,662 units as against 1,218 units with 200 per cent growth, followed by Scorpio, Kiger and XUV300 to complete the top ten.

The Scorpio has long been a consistent seller for M&M and it recorded 134 per cent growth in the second month of the year while Kiger has made its first entry with 3,226 units. With an aggressive starting price of Rs. 5.45 lakh (ex-showroom), the compact SUV’s sales volumes are expected to further increase in the coming months.


The same applies to Magnite, which garnered 2,991 units last month and slotted in at the twelfth position. It was sandwiched by Ford EcoSport with 14.5 per cent de-growth and Mahindra Thar with 2,842 units. The Urban Cruiser registered 2,549 units to finish fourteenth while the Toyota Fortuner rounded out the top 15 with 2,053 units.


Bajaj Chetak Price tag Hiked Yet again In India Now Prices Rs. 1.42 Lakh




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Bajaj Chetak electric powered scooter is available in two variants and it has a claimed range of 95 km on the Eco mode and 85 km on the Activity method

Bajaj Automobile acquired again to the scooter company with the revival of the Chetak nameplate just over a calendar year in the past. We were being the very first to reveal that the electrical scooter’s bookings would reopen in India on April 13 and as suspected, it has come with a price hike. On its debut, the Chetak carried a commencing rate of Rs. 1 lakh for the entry-amount Urbane variant and it went up to Rs. 1.15 lakh for the Top quality trim (ex-showroom).

It observed the initial price tag hike in March 2021 as the rates rose to Rs. 1.15 lakh and Rs. 1.20 lakh (ex-showroom) respectively. The homegrown manufacturer has upped the selling prices of the Chetak Electrical substantially again as it now has a setting up price tag of Rs. 1,42,620 (ex-showroom, Pune and Bengaluru) – maximize of over Rs. 27,000 compared to the outdated costs.

The Bajaj Chetak competes towards TVS iQube and Ather 450X and in comparison the latter expenditures all over Rs. 1.28 lakh, which goes up to Rs. 1.47 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the major-of-the-line variant. The iQube was launched in New Delhi again in February 2021 and following the FAME II and state subsidy, it is priced at Rs. 1.08 lakh (ex-showroom). Somewhere else like in Chennai, it charges close to Rs. 1.30 lakh (ex-showroom).

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Back to the Bajaj Chetak, the High quality trim comes with added metallic colour strategies, as effectively as the tan seat, entrance disc brakes and metallic coloured wheels whilst the Urbane misses out on metallic paints and is outfitted with a drum brake up entrance. The Chetak does have a retro attraction with the existence of a horseshoe-shaped LED headlamp unit, single-piece get rail, clear aspect profile, LED tail lamps and indicators, and so forth.

It uses a 4.1 kW electrical motor, coupled with an automatic transmission sending energy to the rear wheel, generating 16 Nm of torque and the IP67-certified battery pack enables a claimed using vary of 95 km on the Eco mode and 85 km on the Activity in authentic-entire world disorders.

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To make the presenting much more beautiful, Bajaj features the Chetak with 3-yr/50,000 km guarantee for the Li-ion battery and it can be billed up to 100 for each cent in close to 5 hrs although zero to 25 for every cent will take just 60 minutes.

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