In April, the company recorded passenger vehicle sales of 23,387 units from 23,099 units in the corresponding period last year, which was up by 1.24 per cent. While the small car Nano's sales increased by 184 per cent to reach 10,012 units.
However, during the same period the sales of Indica had dropped by 53 per cent to 4,250 units. The 'Indigo' family sales had declined by 27 per cent to 5,282 units. The 'Sumo', 'Safari' and 'Aria' models had registered an increase of 15 per cent in sales, selling 3,843 units.
The commercial vehicles segment of Tata Motors registered an increase of 19 per cent in domestic sales to 36,738 units, in April. During the same period, light commercial vehicles sales grew by 28 per cent at 22,802 units. Medium and heavy commercial vehicle sales were up by 6 per cent at 13,936 units.