Top 6 Best Selling Hatchbacks 2024 in India

The Best Selling Hatchbacks Car Sales Report 2024 is out. According to the Indian automobile industry report, these are the top-selling six hatchback cars in India by February 2024.

The sales numbers for compact and midsize hatchbacks for February 2024 have been released, and Maruti has again topped the list. Four of the top six best-selling models in this segment belong to Maruti. However, Tata is also slowly increasing its market share, and its popular hatchback has made it to the top three list. Let’s take a look at the cars that made the list.

Maruti WagonR

Maruti WagonR retained its position as the best-selling hatchback in India, with 19,412 units sold last month. This is a 15% growth compared to February last year and a 9% growth compared to January 2024 in sales.

Maruti Swift

Maruti Swift was the second best-selling hatchback in India in February, with 13,162 units sold. Its sales fell 28% compared to February 2023 and 14% compared to January 2024.

Tata Tiago

The Tata Tiago overtook the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios to take the third spot, with sales of 6,947 units last month. Tata Tiago’s monthly sales increased by 7%, but its annual sales fell by around 500 units compared to February 2023 sales. These sales also include Tata Tiago EV sales.

Hyundai Grand i10

The Hyundai Grand i10 Nios fell to the fourth spot on the list, with sales of around 4,947 units in February 2024. The hatchback recorded a decline of nearly 2,000 units in its monthly sales, and compared to February 2023, it fell by 49%.

Maruti Suzuki Celerio

Sales of Maruti Suzuki Celerio in February 2024 declined by 19% compared to January 2024 and 20% compared to February 2023, with a total of 3,586 units sold.

Maruti Ignis

Maruti Ignis ranked sixth on the list, registering total sales of 2,110 units in February 2024. The Ignis recorded a decline of 500 units in its monthly sales, which also declined by around 56% compared to February 2023.

Diesel vehicles have been the preferred option for Indian car buyers for decades due to their torque, power and fuel efficiency. However, people’s preferences are changing due to stricter emission rules, the ban on 10-year-old diesel cars, and better mileage of petrol motors. Companies like Maruti Suzuki and Honda have removed diesel engines from their product portfolio.


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