Top 10 SUVs Sold in January 2024: Punch, Nexon, Brezza, Creta Take the Lead
In the January 2024 rankings of best-selling SUVs, Tata Punch emerged as the top contender, outpacing its counterpart, the Nexon, as well as the Maruti Suzuki Brezza and Mahindra Scorpio. The Tata Punch made a notable debut, securing the top spot with an impressive 50 percent year-over-year growth. It recorded a total of 17,978 units sold, marking a significant increase from the 12,006 units sold in January 2023. Meanwhile, the Tata Nexon also experienced positive year-over-year sales growth of 10 percent, with a total of 17,182 units sold last month compared to 15,567 units in the same period last year.
The Brezza compact SUV secured the third position, with 15,303 units sold in January, reflecting a 7 percent year-over-year growth from the 14,359 units sold during the same period in 2023. The Mahindra Scorpio claimed the fourth spot with 14,293 units sold, demonstrating an impressive 64 percent year-over-year growth compared to the 8,715 units sold in January 2023.
Maruti Suzuki’s Fronx secured the fifth position in the SUV sales charts with 13,643 units sold, achieving the milestone of one lakh unit sales in just ten months since its market launch. In the latter part of the list, the Grand Vitara ensured Maruti Suzuki’s continued dominance as the best-selling SUV maker in India, with 13,438 units sold, marking a year-over-year surge of 55 percent.
Following a comprehensive update a few weeks ago, the Hyundai Creta secured 13,212 unit sales, showing a year-over-year drop of 12 percent from the 15,037 units sold in January 2023. However, monthly sales numbers are expected to improve in the coming months, given its 51,000 bookings within just a month.
Hyundai Venue claimed the eighth position with 11,831 units sold, marking a positive year-over-year sales growth of 10 percent from the 10,738 units sold in January 2023.
The Kia Sonet and Hyundai Exter rounded out the top ten in the ninth and tenth positions, respectively. The former recorded 11,530 units against 9,261 units, marking a year-over-year growth of 25 percent, while the Exter managed a total of 8,229 units.