India’s November Local Car Sales Rise 7.0%

Domestic sales of passenger cars in India rose 7 percent in November from a year ago, the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers or SIAM announced in New Delhi today.

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                    Nov.      Oct.     Sept.      Aug.      July      June
                    2011      2011      2011      2011      2011      2011
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                 ----------------- Percent Change From Year Ago ----------------
Passenger cars      7.0%    -23.8%     -1.8%    -10.1%    -15.8%      1.6%
Trucks, buses      35.0%     18.5%     18.0%     22.6%     23.7%     17.8%
Two-wheelers       25.3%      2.0%     24.3%     16.1%     12.6%     14.6%
                 ------------------- Unadjusted Sales Level --------------------
Passenger cars   171,131   138,521   165,925   144,516   133,747   143,370
Trucks, buses     66,264    61,800    70,634    64,248    64,241    62,009
Two-wheelers   1,163,294 1,147,621 1,233,283 1,111,340 1,056,906 1,071,425
                 ---------------- Percent Change From Month Ago ----------------
Passenger cars     23.5%    -16.5%     14.8%      8.1%     -6.7%     -9.7%
Trucks, buses       7.2%    -12.5%      9.9%      0.0%      3.6%     10.1%
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                    Nov.      Oct.     Sept.      Aug.      July      June
                    2011      2011      2011      2011      2011      2011
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                 ---------------- Percent Change From Month Ago ----------------
Two-wheelers        1.4%     -6.9%     11.0%      5.2%     -1.4%     -0.1%
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SOURCE: Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers.

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