Top 25 Best-Selling Cars in India (March 2018)

Top 25 best-selling cars in India are generally those options that we regularly encounter on the road. This time, the trend was quite similar for most brands but some of them saw huge growth potential with class leading numbers through their newly introduced products.

Top 25 Best-Selling Cars in India (March 2018)

  1. Maruti Alto: 23,303 Units
  2. Maruti Dzire: 22,295 Units
  3. Maruti Swift: 19,207 Units
  4. Maruti Baleno: 16,254 Units
  5. Maruti WagonR: 14,208 Units
  6. Hyundai i20: 13,319 Units
  7. Maruti Brezza: 13,147 Units
  8. Hyundai Grand i10: 12,476 Units
  9. Hyundai Creta: 10,011 Units
  10. Mahindra Bolero: 9104 Units
  11. Tata Tiago: 8123 Units
  12. Maruti Celerio: 7395 Units
  13. Maruti Eeco: 7231 Units
  14. Toyota Innova: 6952 Units
  15. Maruti Omni: 6458 Units
  16. Mahindra Scorpio: 5905 Units
  17. Renault KWID: 5853 Units
  18. Ford EcoSport: 5344 Units
  19. Maruti Ertiga: 5086 Units
  20. Honda City: 4680 Units
  21. Hyundai Eon: 4500 Units
  22. Honda WR-V: 4411 Units
  23. Tata Nexon: 4405 Units
  24. Maruti Ciaz: 4321 Units
  25. Hyundai Verna: 4151 Units
Maruti Suzuki Alto
Maruti Suzuki Alto is the best-selling car in India

In one such case, it won’t be wrong to say that Maruti Alto (23,303 units), Dzire (22,195 units), Swift (19,207 units), Baleno (16,254 units) and WagonR (14,208 units) nameplates are more than cars for India. These names are hot selling, even after getting updates that were not as suitable as they could have been for India.

What I mean to say is brands like Hyundai, Honda, Tata and others are struggling to sell products that contain high number of features but still, buyers are buying top 5 cars for their name only.

Best-Selling Cars in India (March 2018)
Maruti Suzuki Sold 19,207 Units of New Swift in India | Best-Selling Cars in India

Even more shocking fact is that Swift, Baleno and Dzire are based out of same platform and use exactly same engines, which means Maruti is selling 57,656 units of three cars that are basically one. Hyundai Elite i20 has tasted the sunshine with 13,319 units for sixth position while Vitara Brezza came seventh with 13,147 units. Hyundai Grand i10 and Creta came next with 12,476 and 10,011 units respectively.

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Mahindra finally broke their domination with Bolero (9104 units) for tenth spot. Tata Tiago came next with 8123 units, challenging the rival Celerio (7395 units) and winning successfully. Maruti Eeco came next with 7231 units while Toyota Innova was good for 6952 units in March 2018. Maruti Omni stood next with 6458 units.

Ford Sold 5344 Units of New EcoSport in March 2018

The pattern is almost similar but numbers were huge for cars with their higher than ever price tags. Next five products on this list are Mahindra Scorpio (5905 units), Renault Kwid (5853 units), Ford EcoSport (5344 units), Maruti Ertiga (5086 units) and Honda City (4680 units).

Hyundai Eon (4500 units), Honda WRV (4411 units), Tata Nexon (4405 units), Maruti Ciaz (4321 units) and Hyundai Verna (4151 units) were ranked among top 25 selling cars of India in March 2018. Every brand has their own niche segment following.

Best-Selling Cars in India (March 2018)
4405 units of Tata Nexon were sold in March 2018 | Best-Selling Cars in India

18 out of 25 cars are under four meter in length and thus, India still prefers compact cars in place of longer options. City, Ciaz, Verna, Creta and Innova Crysta are considered for comfort specific rides while Scorpio and Ertiga are opted for pure utility. All four compact SUVs (Brezza, Nexon, EcoSport, WRV) can be seen among top 25 cars.

Dzire has ended every other brand’s dream on entering through compact sedan on this list while Baleno and Elite i20 are ranking almost next to each other. Creta has also eliminated rivals from this list while Tiago is seen eating into Eon and Kwid sales for sure.

Hyundai Creta is the Most-Expensive Car in the Top 10 List

Overall, Maruti and Hyundai are still unstoppable while efforts from Tata, Ford and Honda are quite positive. Toyota Innova Crysta still remains the king of its segment. Average buyer’s sending on a car has positively moved up in this list.

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