In this video, let’s have a look at the top selling hatchbacks in September 2021. To make the rankings justified and unbiased, we have sorted the hatchbacks according to their segment and made the video into three segments:
- Top selling Entry level Hatchbacks
- Top selling Compact Hatchbacks
- Top selling Premium Hatchbacks
Let’s begin with the Top Selling Entry Level Hatchbacks.
At No.4 We have the Datsun Redi-Go, which sold just 78 units in the month of September as compared to 32 units sold in August. The sales for the Redi-Go has definitely increased but not much to reach the three digit sales figure.
Surprising fact to note here is that the rankings for all the entry level hatchbacks remain the same as they were in August, now that’s a consistent performance. Okay with that PJ let’s move on to the Renault Kwid at No.3, the Renault Kwid sold 2710 units in the month of September as compared to the 2969 units sold in August and that’s a sales dip for Renault India.
Up next at Second position is, The Maruti Suzuki S-Presso, which sold just 2793 units in the month of September, and disappoints it’s parents the Maruti Suzuki as it had a solid sales figure in the month of August by selling 7225 units.
Occupying the podium is the Maruti Suzuki Alto, with 12,143 units sold in the month of September, even with a slight dip in sales it continues to be the segment leader, as it had sold 13,236 units in the months of August.
Moving to the next segment of Compact Hatchbacks
We have The Maruti Suzuki Nexa Ignis at 6th position in the leaderboard, with just 522 units sold in the month of September, the Ignis sat on 5th position in August as it had sold 2,053 units.
Up next at 5th position is the Hyundai Santro, which has moved up the leaderboard by a position, as it sold 1,798 units in the September as compared to the 1,731 units in the August.
Moving forward we have The Maruti Suzuki Swift which slides down to the 4th position at the leaderboard directly from the podium. The Swift sold 2,520 units in September as compared to a 5 digit sale of 12,483 units in August.
Moving up to 3rd position we have the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios selling 4,168 units in September as compared to the 8,023 units in August.
The Tata Tiago has climbed up the leaderboard from 4th position to the 2nd by selling 5,121 units in September as compared to the 5,658 units sold in August.
Dominating the segment is the Maruti Suzuki Wagon-R at 1st position with 7,632 units sold in September as compared to the 9,628 units sold in August.
That brings us to the last segment of the video, the Premium Hatchbacks.
Sitting down the leaderboard at 6th position, The Honda Jazz, which sold just 667 units in the month of September and similarly the month of August was also not very great for the Jazz as it just sold 630 units.
Moving forward at 5th position, is DAS Volkswagen Polo, which sold 799 units in September as compared to the previous month sales of 1306 units in August.
At 4th position is the Toyota Glanza, the Doppelganger of the Maruti Suzuki Nexa Baleno, The Glanza sold 1764 units in September as compared to the previous month sales of 1832 units in August.
Moving up at 3rd position is the Hyundai i20, which sold 5153 units in September as compared to the previous month sales of 7340 units in August and hence moved down to 3rd position from the last month ranking of 2nd position.
The Tata Altroz ranks 2nd in the month of September with 5,772 units sold in September, as compared to the previous month sales of 6,175 units in August.
Once again the 1st position is secured by the sales Mafia, The Maruti Suzuki Nexa Baleno, which sold 8,077 units in September as compared to the previous month sales of 15,646 units in August.
Maruti Suzuki is the kind of brand which even in a bad month for sales manages to be the segment leader, exactly like your friend who complained about the difficult examination papers outside the examination hall, but always ended up scoring more than you.