Ashok Leyland's commercial vehicle sales decline by 28% to 11,168 units in December

Hinduja flagship firm Ashok Leyland on Thursday reported 28 percent decline in total commercial vehicle sales at 11,168 units in December

Press Trust of India January 02, 2020 14:11:22 IST
Ashok Leyland's commercial vehicle sales decline by 28% to 11,168 units in December
  • Total sales in the domestic market were down 29 percent at 10,378 units as compared to 14,718 units in December 2018, the company said

  • Medium and heavy commercial vehicles sales in the domestic market dropped by 40 percent to 6,369 units against 10,621 units in the year-ago month, it said

  • Light commercial vehicle sales also witnessed a decline of 2 percent in December 2019 at 4,009 units as compared to 4,097 units in the corresponding month previous year, the company added

New Delhi: Hinduja flagship firm Ashok Leyland on Thursday reported 28 percent decline in total commercial vehicle sales at 11,168 units in December.

The company had sold a total of 15,490 units in the year-ago month, Ashok Leyland said in a regulatory filing.

Total sales in the domestic market were down 29 percent at 10,378 units as compared to 14,718 units in December 2018, the company said.

Medium and heavy commercial vehicles sales in the domestic market dropped by 40 percent to 6,369 units against 10,621 units in the year-ago month, it said.

Light commercial vehicle sales also witnessed a decline of 2 percent in December 2019 at 4,009 units as compared to 4,097 units in the corresponding month previous year, the company added.

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