Ashok Leyland, the biggest Indian commercial vehicle manufacturer, released the total sales of CVs, including the LCVs (Light Commercial Vehicles) and M&HCVs (Medium and Heavy Commercial Vehicles). In the last month, Ashok Leyland sold 10,180 units of total vehicles in the last month and reported an increment of 20 percent from the year-ago period sales of 8,435 units.
The M&HCV segment, including buses, trucks and tippers of Ashok Leyland has a growth of 20 percent with the sales of 7,871 units in the previous month. The company sold 6,549 units of M&HCVs in April 2015.
The light commercial vehicle segment of the Indian company reported the maximum growth of 22 percent in the last month. The CV manufacturers sold 2,309 units of light commercial vehicles, compromising pick-ups, small trucks and mini vans in April 2016 as against the sales of 1,886 units in April 2015.
With the certain verdicts in the Delhi region, the sales of Ashok Leyland inadequate in the Indian market, even though the company has a positive growth. Like in the last financial year, the automotive industry expected that the CV maker, Ashok Leyland will be continuing the same kind of growth in the further months by introducing the new versions of tippers and mini buses with a variety of designs.