Ashok Leyland Sales in April 2022 : Ashok Leyland recorded a 42 percent increase in sales in April 2022
Due to strong demand for medium and heavy commercial vehicles, the company’s domestic sales have increased by 41 percent.
Ashok Leyland Sales Report April 2022
Commercial vehicle maker Ashok Leyland recorded a 42 percent increase in total sales in April 2022 as compared to the same period last year. This increase was due to strong demand for medium and heavy commercial vehicles (M&HCVs), which recorded an overall increase of 77 percent over April last year. Speaking of the domestic market, medium and heavy trucks were the main reasons for growth for the commercial vehicle manufacturer.
Ashok Leyland saw a year-on-year increase of 83 percent in sales of medium and heavy trucks with sales of 6,805 units in the domestic market as compared to 3,723 vehicles sold in the same month last year. Demand for M&HCV buses and light commercial vehicles (LCVs) increased by only 3 percent and 4 percent. Sales of buses increased by just 8 units year on year, while the number of LCVs increased by 146 units.
The company’s total sales of M&HCV stood at 7,688 units (domestic + export). Truck sales increased 77 percent from 4,000 units in April 2021 to 7084 units this month. Overall bus sales were also up 81 percent, though with a lower base of 333 units. Overall demand for LCVs remained stable and the brand recorded a growth of 4 percent which was 152 units more than last April.
The 2022 MG ZS EV received 1000 bookings in April
The MG ZS EV, an all-electric SUV has received 1000 bookings in the month of April. The company had earlier also seen strong demand for the car in March, where bookings for the car were 1,500. This demand is a clear indication of how consumer sentiment towards electric cars is changing rapidly, however, given the lack of supply chain, lockdown in China will definitely affect the delivery timeline of ZS EV. The email regarding the delivery time of the electric SUV sent to MG Motor India has not been answered yet.
Prices for the ZS EV start at Rs. While the Excite variant will go on sale in July this year.
The 2022mg ZS EV is powered by a large 50.3 kWh battery pack that powers a permanent magnet synchronous motor, the car develops 174 bhp. The car has an estimated range of 461 km on a single charge which is an improvement over the earlier version as it had a range of 419 km. 0-100 km / h in just 8.5 seconds and is fast.
Many changes have been made to its exterior and cabin and many more features have been added. We look forward to seeing how the ZS EV picks up speed in the coming months.
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