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Top 25 Selling Cars In February 2021 – Maruti Suzuki Swift Tops The List

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Maruti Suzuki continued to dominate the Indian market, and the Japanese carmaker ended the month with a 46.9 per cent market share

While the second quarter of 2020 was something that all manufacturers would like to forget, sales started picking up in the latter half of the year. Come 2021, manufacturers are enjoying much better sales numbers, and a host of cars ended up performing even better than what they did before the unprecedented times hit us last year.

Which cars managed to attract the most buyers in the month of February 2021? Here is a list of the top 25 best-selling cars in the Indian market last month, take a look –

The top 4 positions on this list were secured by the top-selling manufacturer in India, i.e. Maruti Suzuki. Swift became the best-selling car in February 2021 with 20,264 units sold in the month, and Baleno followed just behind with 20,070 units shipped in the same month. The Wagon R came third and Alto fourth, with 18,728 and 16,919 units to their name respectively.

ModelUnits Sold
1. Maruti Suzuki Swift20,264
2. Maruti Suzuki Baleno20,070
3. Maruti Suzuki Wagon R18,728
4. Maruti Suzuki Alto16,919
5. Hyundai Creta12,428
6. Maruti Suzuki Dzire11,901
7. Maruti Suzuki Eeco11,891
8. Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza11,585
9. Hyundai Venue11,224
10. Hyundai Grand i10 Nios10,270
11. Maruti Suzuki Ertiga9,774
12. Hyundai i209,001
13. Kia Seltos8,305
14. Kia Sonet7,997
15. Tata Nexon7,929
16. Maruti Suzuki S-Presso7,040
17. Tata Altroz6,832
18. Tata Tiago6,787
19. Maruti Suzuki Celerio6,214
20. Toyota Innova6,018
21. Honda Amaze4,939
22. Mahindra Bolero4,843
23. Hyundai Aura4,300
24. Renault Kwid3,927
25. MG Hector3,662

The Hyundai Creta retained its position as the top-selling SUV in the country last month too, with 12,428 units to its name. The sixth, seventh and eighth positions were also secured by Maruti Suzuki and it is a close battle between the three cars. 11,901 units of the Dzire were sold, 11,891 units of Eeco and 11,585 units of the Vitara Brezza sub-4m SUV in February 2021.

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The Hyundai Venue and Grand i10 Nios took the next two spots with 11,224 and 10,270 units sold respectively. The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga came eleventh with 9,774 units to its name, and Hyundai i20 came twelfth with 9,001 units sold. The next two positions were secured by Kia, with the Korean carmaker selling 8,305 units of the Seltos and 7,997 units of the Sonet.

The Tata Nexon became the best-selling car for the homegrown manufacturer in February 2021, with Tata shipping 7,929 units of the SUV. The entry-level Maruti Suzuki S-Presso came next, with 7,040 units sold last month.

The seventeenth and eighteenth positions were again, captured by Tata, with 6,832 and 6,787 units sold of the Altroz and Tiago respectively. The Maruti Suzuki Celerio followed behind with 6,214 units sold in the second month of 2021. The Innova Crysta became Toyota’s best-selling offering, and the 20th best-selling car in India last month with 6,018 units sold.

The Honda Amaze and the Mahindra Bolero were also their respective brands’ best-selling product in February 2021, and the cars recorded a sale of 4,939 units and 4,843 units respectively. The last three positions on this list were taken up by Hyundai Aura, Renault Kwid and MG Hector, with 4,300, 3,927 and 3,662 units to their names respectively.

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2022 MG ZS EV To Debut This Year With New Style and design & Increased Selection

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The MG ZS EV facelift is envisioned to occur with some styling revisions, included selection as properly as a new emblem that has previously been previewed in China

MG Motor India launched the completely electrical ZS EV in the Indian current market in January final 12 months, and the car or truck went on to grow to be the brand’s next product or service in the nation at that time. Even so, it looks like the ZS EV is established to obtain a facelift, considering that the electric powered vehicle has been on sale in foreign marketplaces due to the fact 2018, and is thanks for a refresh.

As a section of the upgrades, the MG ZS EV is envisioned to bear the new MG brand that the SAIC-owned British automaker has by now previewed in China. When the total design of the symbol is nonetheless mostly unchanged, the new MG emblem features a flatter seem in its place of the existing 3D a person. Also, the latest logo is concluded in silver, when the new logo will element a black finish.

It should be noted that the ICE MG ZS gained a mid-lifetime facelift in the British isles past year, whilst the ZS EV is nevertheless dependent on the pre-facelift design. This signifies that its protected to say that the ZS EV facelift will occur with a redesigned front fascia with new sharper headlamps that will now be disconnected from the reshaped grille. At the rear, the facelifted ZS EV will get a new rear bumper and redesigned taillamps.

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The MG ZS EV facelift is also predicted to carry in some in depth improvements like a lengthier 400 km+ vary. The current motor vehicle could be launched in China at first, with a premiere having place in the second 50 percent of the calendar year, before currently being released in other markets.

On the inside of, the 2022 MG ZS EV could function some main revisions, like a totally electronic instrument cluster and a new 10.1-inch Hd touchscreen infotainment program. Apart from that, a array of linked-tech capabilities is also predicted to be launched with the up-to-date electrical SUV.

The India-spec pre-facelift ZS EV gets a 44.5 kWh battery pack with a claimed selection of 419 km (iCAT). The electric powered motor places out 143 PS of max ability and 353 Nm of peak torque. MG Motor India retails the ZS EV involving Rs 20.99 – 24.18 lakh (ex-showroom).

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