Tuesday, October 3, 2023

This 7-seater car shocked everyone with its increase in sales by 255%

A 7-seater car can be a terrific choice for you if you have a large family or frequently travel in large groups. When opposed to taking individual automobiles, these cars enable group transportation, which reduces costs. What to say if you can achieve a commanding gaze in a seven-seater vehicle. Because of this, the Mahindra Scorpio was the best-selling 7-seater vehicle in the nation in April. Only the Maruti Eeco, a vehicle essentially classified as a van, sold more than the Scorpio. Here is a list of the top-selling 7-seater car.

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Mahindra Scorpio, which sold 9,617 units

and saw a 255% increase in sales in April 2023, was the most popular seven-seater vehicle. Let us inform you that the company offers two types of Scorpio: the Mahindra Scorpio N and Mahindra Scorpio Classic. Their starting price is approximately Rs 13 lakhs.

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Mahindra Bolero, which sold 9,054 units and had an increase of 18%,

finished in second place. The Kia Carens, which sold 6,107 units and had a 6% increase, came in third on the list. Following this, the majority of the cars on the list saw a fall in sales.

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Maruti Suzuki Ertiga, which sold 5,532 units and fell 63% in rank,

was in fourth place. This is a major letdown for the Ertiga because it is the same vehicle that formerly appeared on the list of best sellers. The Toyota Innova, which sold 4,837 units and experienced a 24% decrease, came in second.

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Mahindra XUV700 is in sixth place with 4,757 sales, a 6% increase.

2,860 units of the Maruti Suzuki XL6 were sold a 34% decrease. 2,578 Toyota Fortuner units were sold an increase of 27%. 2,079 Renault Tribers were sold a 29% decrease.

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Most Popular 7-Seater Vehicle

1. Mahindra Scorpio (9,617 units, 255% increase)
2. Mahindra Bolero (9,054 units, 18% growth)
3. 6,107 Kia Carens (6% growth)
4. Maruti Suzuki Ertiga (5,532 units, 63% de-growth)
5. Toyota Innova (4,837 units, 24% decline)
6. XUV700 from Mahindra (6% increase) 4,757 units
7. Maruti Suzuki XL6 (growth decline of 34% 2,860 units
8. Toyota Fortuner 2,578 units, 27% growth
9. Renault Triber 2,079 units, 29% deceleration
10. Hyundai Alcazar 2,037 units, 16% decline in growth

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