After a slowdown in June,
Domestic sales grew 33 percent in July to 90,114 units, the highest-ever in a month beating 90,041 units sales in May 2010 while exports rose 2 percent to 10,743 units.
In June, an increase in royalty payments to Suzuki led analysts to assume a slow growth for the company. Moreover, the company saw a small growth of 17.3 percent in sales caused by a six-day shut down of its plant for maintenance works.
Alto, Wagon-R, Estilo, Ritz, Swift, and A-Star are some of the top selling models of the company. Sales of A-Star grew 33 percent to 64,079 units from 48,115 in 2009.
Because of growing economy and rise in income levels,