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Pak Suzuki Recovers from Massive Sales Drop

All auto manufacturers continue to experience slow sales due to frequent production halts and rising costs. Sales were especially dismal for Toyota Indus Motor Company (IMC), Honda Atlas Cars Limited (HACL), and Hyundai Nishat Motors Private Limited (HNMPL) in September. Read More: Car Inspection

Even though Pak Suzuki Motor Company’s sales have somewhat increased from the previous month, they are still much below the monthly average of over 10,000 units. However, Suzuki Cars lead this month’s list as a result of its sales resurgence.

Toyota Yaris:

Demand and sales for the Toyota Yaris have increased. Despite a 40% drop in sales from the previous month, the Yaris entered the top five bestsellers for September 2022.

Toyota IMC no longer discloses the segmented sales of its cars. However, according to market sources, the manufacturer only sold about 800 units of the Yaris, placing it in fifth place among Pakistan’s best-selling cars.

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Honda City:

With its recent sales, the 6th Generation Honda City’s success has proven indubitable. The tiny sedan has previously defeated rival subcompact vehicles including the Suzuki Swift and Toyota Yaris as well as the Toyota Corolla, one of Pakistan’s most popular vehicles.

According to sources familiar with the individual sales data, HACL sold slightly over 950 units of City last month, placing it at number four on the list. However, if the automakers return to regular operations, their sales will probably increase again.

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Toyota Corolla:

Despite its now-hefty price tag, the Toyota Corolla has once again surpassed all other sedans in sales in Pakistan. Given the continued operational depression, Toyota IMC sold close to 1000 Corollas in September 2022, which is a respectable performance for the little vehicle.

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Suzuki Swift:

Suzuki Swift, which has been selling well, overtook numerous reliable sellers to move up to second place in sales over the last month. Swift was the best-selling subcompact family vehicle of September 2022 thanks to PSMC’s sale of 1,263 units, despite recent sales declines brought on by production reductions.

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Suzuki Alto:

The Suzuki Alto continues to be the most popular vehicle in Pakistan as sure as the sun rises each day. Despite the manufacturing shortage, PSMC sold a healthy 2,372 units of the Alto in July 2022, making it the best-selling car in Pakistan for the 9th month in a row this year.

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However, it is important to note that all automakers and industry insiders predict a further decrease in sales as a result of severe inflation, price increases, delivery delays, and cancellations of reservations.All auto manufacturers continue to experience slow sales due to frequent production halts and rising costs. Sales were especially dismal for Toyota Indus Motor Company (IMC), Honda Atlas Cars Limited (HACL), and Hyundai Nishat Motors Private Limited (HNMPL) in September.

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Even though Pak Suzuki Motor Company’s sales have somewhat increased from the previous month, they are still much below the monthly average of over 10,000 units. However, Suzuki Cars lead this month’s list as a result of its sales resurgence.

Toyota Yaris:

Demand and sales for the Toyota Yaris have increased. Despite a 40% drop in sales from the previous month, the Yaris entered the top five bestsellers for September 2022.

Toyota IMC no longer discloses the segmented sales of its cars. However, according to market sources, the manufacturer only sold about 800 units of the Yaris, placing it in fifth place among Pakistan’s best-selling cars.

image.jpeg

Honda City:

With its recent sales, the 6th Generation Honda City’s success has proven indubitable. The tiny sedan has previously defeated rival subcompact vehicles including the Suzuki Swift and Toyota Yaris as well as the Toyota Corolla, one of Pakistan’s most popular vehicles.

According to sources familiar with the individual sales data, HACL sold slightly over 950 units of City last month, placing it at number four on the list. However, if the automakers return to regular operations, their sales will probably increase again.

image.jpeg

Toyota Corolla:

Despite its now-hefty price tag, the Toyota Corolla has once again surpassed all other sedans in sales in Pakistan. Given the continued operational depression, Toyota IMC sold close to 1000 Corollas in September 2022, which is a respectable performance for the little vehicle.

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Suzuki Swift:

Suzuki Swift, which has been selling well, overtook numerous reliable sellers to move up to second place in sales over the last month. Swift was the best-selling subcompact family vehicle of September 2022 thanks to PSMC’s sale of 1,263 units, despite recent sales declines brought on by production reductions.

Suzuki Alto:

The Suzuki Alto continues to be the most popular vehicle in Pakistan as sure as the sun rises each day. Despite the manufacturing shortage, PSMC sold a healthy 2,372 units of the Alto in July 2022, making it the best-selling car in Pakistan for the 9th month in a row this year.

However, it is important to note that all automakers and industry insiders predict a further decrease in sales as a result of severe inflation, price increases, delivery delays, and cancellations of reservations.  Pak Suzuki Recovers from Massive Sales Drop

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