Suzuki Dzire Beats Honda City To Become India’s #1 Sedan: Check Top 10 List

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Speaking of the best-selling sedans, Maruti Suzuki Dzire has its competitors such as Amaze, Aura, City, Verna and others giving run for their money.

What is clear from these numbers is that the Maruti Suzuki still dominates this segment but one of the most noticeable is the decline in sales figures for some cars. Apart from Dzire, others have taken a big step towards numbers.

The five seats recorded a total domestic collection of 14,073 units in April 2021. It costs between Rs. 5.98 lakh and Rs. 9.03 lakh (ex-showroom) and powered by a 1.2 liter four-cylinder DualJet petrol engine that produces a maximum power of 89 bhp at 6,000 rpm and 113 Nm of high torque delivered at 4,400 rpm.

The powertrain is connected to a five-speed manual or five-speed AMT transmission. Honda Amaze finished in second place with 3,920 units last month and has been finishing regularly in that area. Thirdly, the main rival of Dzire and Amaze, Hyundai Aura has acquired a total of 3,347 units in the domestic market.

Top 10 : Most Sold Sedans (YoY)

Top 10 Most Sold Sedans(YoY)April 2021 Sales
Maruti Suzuki Dzire14,073
Honda Amaze3,920
Hyundai Xcent/Aura3,347
Honda City3,128
Hyundai Verna2,552
Tata Tigor1,627
Maruti Suzuki Ciaz1,567
Skoda Rapid848
Toyota Yaris285
Ford Aspire173

More About Players In The Top Ten List

The Aura first appeared early last year and replaced Xcent. Honda City gained its fifth generation in India last year and helped keep itself top in the mid-range. It sent 3,128 units in April 2021 and currently costs between Rs. 11.02 lakh and Rs. 14.97 lakh (front room of the show). It uses 1.5 liter petrol and a 1.5 liter powertrain. Hyundai Verna finished in fifth place with 2,552 units in total and costs between Rs. 9.20 lakh and Rs. 15.26 lakh (front room of the show). It is powered by 1.5 liter petrol and a 1.5 liter diesel engine which can be found in the Creta which sells medium and medium size SUV.

In the second half of the table, Tata Tigor finished as the sixth best-selling Indian in 1,627 units ahead of the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, which managed to record 1,567 units. Skoda Rapid registered 848 units last month as it entered eighth place ahead of Toyota Yaris and Ford Aspire with 285 and 173 units respectively.

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