Motor India Ltd could not have ended the fiscal 2019-20 on a more disastrous
note with overall sales (domestic and exports) slumping by 40.69 at 32,279
units in March 2020 as compared to 61,150 units in March 2019. The ongoing
lockdown because of the coronavirus or covid-19 took the sheen off Hyundai’s
overall sales performance for the month of March 2020.
company which is a leading exporter of its cars from India, registered a 64.41
per cent fall from 16,800 units in March 2019 to just 5979 units in March 2020.
The lockdown due to the pandemic Covid-19 affected domestic sales big time with
the company registering a mere 26,300 units in
March 2020 as compared to 44,350 in March 2019.
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