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New Maruti Dzire Has Huge Order Backlog

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These figures will further shoot up as bookings for the new Dzire are higher than usual in the big festive month.

New-generation Maruti Dzire is, currently, the top-selling compact sedan of the country. In fact, the new Dzire outsold Maruti Suzuki’s all-time best-selling Alto hatchback in August 2017. The sub-4 meter sedan registered a total sales of 30934 units and 34305 units in month of August and September 2017, respectively. This is the highest-ever monthly sales registered by any car in India.

Considering the high demand, the waiting period of the new Dzire has gone up to 3 months on some variants. A latest report claims that Maruti Suzuki has an order backlog of around 40,000 units of the new Dzire. These figures will further shoot up as bookings for the vehicle are higher than usual in the big festive month. Read – 10 Best Selling Cars in India in August 2017

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The Indo-Japanese carmaker, however, will soon bring down the long waiting period of its two hot-sellers – Baleno hatchback and Vitara Brezza compact SUV. In order to do that, the company will commence a second shift at its Hansalpur-based plant in Gujarat. Currently, this facility produces around 10,000 units of the Baleno on monthly basis. Rest of the production takes place at the company’s Manesar plant.

In September 2017, Maruti Suzuki India sold a total of 1,63,071 units accounting a growth of 9.3% over the same month of last year. The company had sold 1,51,400 units in the domestic market, and exported a total of 11,671 units. The UVs (utility vehicles) segment that includes Ertiga, Vitara Brezza and Gypsy, witnessed sales of 19,900 units. That means, MSI registered an 8% growth over 18,423 units sales of September 2016. Check Out – Festive Offers & Diwali Discounts On Maruti Cars

Interestingly, the carmaker saw a major growth in the compact vehicle segment that includes new Dzire, Swift, Baleno, Ignis and other cars. In this segment, Maruti Suzuki sold 72,804 units in September 2017 against 50,324 units of the same month of last year.

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