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Infographic - Top 10 value vs volume cars in India

Infographic - Top 10 value vs volume cars in India

Snapshot: Ever wonder what is the value does the largest selling car in India fetch? Or for that matter, top 10 selling cars fetch?

Every month, 2 lakh cars are sold in India, out of which, Maruti Suzuki sells approximately 1 lakh cars. Even in the top 10 selling vehicles, there are 5-6 Maruti vehicles, as compared to 2-3 from Hyundai and 1 each from Honda, Renault or Toyota (data from the last couple of months). But have you ever wondered, which is the best car in terms of the value? Or simply put, which car fetches the most revenue for its manufacturer.

While the Maruti Suzuki Alto, which is the largest selling car in India may sound like an obvious answer, it's definitely not the case. So how do find which car does the most business? Simple mathematics, multiply the number of units sold in the respective month with the price of the top-spec model. For our study purpose we took the sales data from the month of June 2016.

Value of the car = No. of units sold * Price of the top-spec model

Here's a comparative analysis of the top 10 cars sold vs top 10 cars in terms of the value!

Source - ETNow

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