February 2024: Alto is Once Again Pak Suzuki’s Savior

Pak Suzuki, the country’s largest auto assembler witnessed a slight recovery in sales in February 2024 with 4,885 units, a 7% improvement compared to 4,550 units sold in January 2024.

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Alto once again dominated Suzuki’s sales, accounting for a sizable 69% of the total sales; otherwise, the remainder of the lineup appeared dismal, to say the least. The 3,373 units of Alto also portrayed a 13% month-on-month improvement over the 2,983 units sold a month earlier in January.

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Wagon R witnessed a massive 58% decline with just 136 units sold compared to 320 units in the previous month. Similarly, Suzuki Ravi also suffered from a 27% decline with only 210 units in February 2024 sold compared to 287 units in January. Bolan is also struggling with just 183 units sold in February although the figure was 36% better than the 135 units sold in January 2024.

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Swift and Cultus sales were likewise poor, but they were somewhat better than the previous month. Swift witnessed sales of 663 units in February while Cultus saw only 320 units sold, but the numbers were 20% and 17% higher than the 552, and 270 units sold by the two, respectively, in the preceding month.

ModelJanuary 2024February 2024Difference %
Wagon R320136-58%
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