Beating all bumps, car sales grow 25% to 27,131 in March

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Car sales rebounded in March after a decrease in February. Suzuki, Toyota, and Honda, Pakistan’s main three automakers, saw tremendous sales increase last month. Only Hyundai had a lower monthly sales figure. 

The monthly car sales for March 2022 have been released by the Pakistan Automotive Manufacturers Association (PAMA). According to the PAMA statistics, the auto industry sold 27,131 vehicles in February. There is a 25% increase in sales month over month when compared to the 21,664 sales in February. 

Car-Wise Sales Breakdown 

With 9,814 sales in March, Suzuki’s best-selling Alto set a new sales record. The business sold 306 Suzuki Cultus cars, 2,104 Suzuki Wagon R cars, 1,295 Suzuki Bolan cars, and 1,492 Suzuki Ravi units. 

Toyota Indus sold 5,395 Corolla and Yaris vehicles and 1,673 Fortuner and Hilux vehicles. 

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Honda Atlas sold 3,278 Civic and City models and 373 BR-Vs. 

Hyundai Nishat sold 357 Elantras, 250 Sonatas, 123 Porter, and 576 Tucson in the first quarter. 

Here is a comparison of all of the above sales on a month-to-month basis. 

Car Model Feb’22 March’22 Difference 
Suzuki Alto 7,175 9,814 +37% 
Suzuki Cultus 1,692 306 -82% 
Suzuki Wagon R 1,646 2,104 +28% 
Suzuki Bolan 1,070 1,295 +21% 
Suzuki Swift – – – 
Toyota Corolla & Yaris 3,646 5,395 +48% 
Toyota Fortuner & Hilux 984 1,673 +70% 
Honda Civic & City 2,286 3,278 +44% 
Honda BR-V 461 373 -19% 
Hyundai Tucson 774 576 -26% 
Hyundai Sonata 226 250 +11% 
Hyundai Elantra 312 357 +14% 
Hyundai Porter 157 123 -22% 

Company-Wise Car Sales Breakdown 

In March, Toyota Indus sales more than doubled to 7,068 cars. (Growth on a month-to-month basis: 53%) 

The number of Honda Atlas cars sold increased from 2,747 in February to 3,651 in March. (An increase of 33% month over month) 

Pak Suzuki increased its sales from 12,668 in February to 15,011 in March. (An increase of 18% month over month) 

Sales of the Hyundai Nishat fell from 1,469 units in February to 1,307 units in March. (Down 11% on a month-to-month basis) 

Meanwhile, Kia Lucky Motors, Master Changan Motors, Regal Motors, MG Motors, and Al-Haj Proton are the only car manufacturer that are not members of PAMA. The report does not include their sales figures. 

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