The shortage of semiconductors has impacted car sales with Maruti Suzuki India reporting a 46.16 per cent decline in sales at 86,380 units in September.
The company had sold 1,60,442 units in September last year. Domestic sales slipped 54.9 per cent to 68,815 units last month from 1,52,608 units in September 2020.
Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) reported a 23.6 per cent decline in total sales at 45,791 units in September as continued semiconductor shortage took a toll on production and dispatches. The Korean auto major had sold 59,913 units a year ago.
Tata Motors sold 24,652 units of passenger vehicles last month compared with 20,891 units in September 2020, marking an 18 per cent growth.
MG Motor India on Friday reported a 28 per cent increase in retail sales at 3,241 units in September 2021 despite facing production challenges due to semiconductor shortage.
Skoda sold 3,027 units last month to register 131 per cent year-on-year sales growth.
Nissan reported a significant 261 per cent sales growth as it sold 2,816 units in India last month against 780 units in September 2020.
Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) reported a 14 per cent growth in its domestic wholesales to 9,284 units in September as compared with same month last year.
Bajaj Auto reported a 16 per cent decline in total domestic sales at 1,92,348 units in September this year.
Farm machinery and construction equipment major Escorts reported a 25.6 per cent decline in total tractor sales at 8,816 units in September.