In the Pakistan Automotive Manufacturers Association’s (PAMA) monthly car sales report, we can see that overall, 21,751 cars were sold by PAMA in August, a 13 percent decrease from July. The four PAMA members, Honda Atlas and Hyundai-Nishat, saw sales increase, while Toyota Indus and Pak Suzuki sales decreased. August Car Sales in Pakistan were a mixed-up situation for automotive manufacturers.
Company-Wise Sales And Its Breakdown
Pak Suzuki Motors saw a decline in car sales. They sold 12,062 cars in August 2021, A 21% drop from their monthly average this year and 101% more did last year.
Toyota Indus Motors sales fell 16% in August 2021 from the previous month but increased 71% compared to last time.
Honda Atlas sold 3,230 vehicles in August,t 2021, a 40 percent increase from the prior month but a 43 percent decline compared to the same period last year.
Hyundai Nishat registered 712 sales in August 2021, growing 13 pedue track of solid demand for its models.
Only PAMA-member companies are included in the report. As a result, Kia Lucky Motors, Master Changan Motors, Regal Motors, and MG Motor’s sales figures aren’t reflected here.
|Suzuki Wagon R||2,131||1,679||-21%|
|Honda Civic & City||1,700||2,726||60%|
August Car Sales: Cars-Wise And Its Breakdown
Suzuki Alto remained the best seller for Pak Suzuki, with 5,031 sold in August 2021. The company sold 2,845 units of Suzuki Cultus (up from 2277 last month), 1,679 units of Swift (down from 1939 last month), and 154 Suzuki Bolan.
Toyota Indus sold 2025 Yaris cars during the first 9-months of this fiscal year. Corolla was second with 1,942 units and then Hilux with 1,100 sales. Fortuner had only 572 sales during this period among all four Toyota models in Sindh province.
The Honda Atlas Company sold 2,726 units of the Civic and City. Individuals also purchased five hundred four units for use as personal cars.
Hyundai Nishat sold 258 Elantras, 192 Tuscon SUVs, and 142 Sonata sedans.
Pakistani auto sales in July were at an all-time high. Pak Suzuki and Toyota Indus broke records with their sales figures, but Honda Atlas struggled to find buyers for its vehicles.
In August, Honda’s sales increased by 40% compared to the month before, while Suzuki and Toyota saw decreases of 21% and 16%, respectively. Let’s see what happens in September!