The company's net sales were up 28% and stood at Rs 10,529 crore. The growth in Net Sales was on account of higher total volumes, favourable product mix and enhanced exports realizations.
However, market demand continued to be skewed in favour of diesel cars while petrol cars suffered a sharp de-growth during the quarter, the company said.
Maruti Suzuki's quarterly sales volumes were up just 5.1% to 2,95,896 units. While, domestic sales rose 5% to 2,63,264 units, exports were up 5.8% to 32,632 units last quarter.
The company is facing labour unrest since few days, which is affecting the sales of cars and there is a likelihood that investors may lose faith in the management of the company to solve labour disputes.
Shares of the company were seen trading at Rs 1,093 lower by 1.52% at 9.45 am IST.