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Maruti Suzuki reports positive sales during Navratri, Dusshera; expects same around Diwali

Promotional schemes, special discounts and auspicious period of Navratri improved the company’s sales.

SNS | New Delhi |

India’s largest carmaker, Maruti Suzuki, has reportedly witnessed a considerable amount of improvement in its sales as compared to the last year. The company claims that its sales for the month of September were nearly 18-20 percent higher than the months of July and August.

In addition to this, the company claims that it has received a good number of inquiries and bookings during the ongoing festive season.

Annually, the automobile sector witnesses a spike in car sales during the festival of Navratri and ahead of Diwali. This year the sales were higher during the end of September i.e. between Navratri.

Additionally, promotional schemes and other special discounts also helped the company to improve its sales percentage. As per the reports, the car-maker claims to have passed on the cut on corporate tax to the end customer by reducing vehicle prices.

The reports further suggested that the company is expecting a similar trend ahead and round the festival of lights, Diwali. Considering this, the company has already introduced popular eight BS-VI petrol vehicles including, Baleno, Wagon R (1.2-L), Swift, Dzire, Ertiga, XL6, and the recently launched S-Presso.

(With input from agencies)