Most and Least Sold Cars In Pakistan During September 2020
PC: Hyundai

Every month, automotive manufacturers go neck-to-neck to compete with each other in car sales.

The ideal goal is to win potential customers by gaining their trust and making them a client.

Each month, Pakistan Automobile Manufacturer’s Association (PAMA) releases the official stats for the number of cars sold every month.

Now that automotive manufacturers have started to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, the sales have improved by up to 32%.

While many brands improved in sales from August, some still faced a decline. Without further ado, here are the most sold and least sold cars of September 2020.

Most Sold Cars September 2020

PC: Hyundai

Hyundai has stood out in September with a massive increase in sales by a whopping 877%! The auto giant sold 22 units in August but managed to sell 215 units in September 2020 successfully.

Suzuki WagonR also pulled-off a decent number of sales. There were 733 units sold in August, but in September, Suzuki sold 1161 units, showing a 58.4% difference. Isuzu D-MAX also witnessed an increase in sales by 54.5%.

Honda BR-V, Toyota Yaris, Corolla followed by increasing sales by 50%, 42%, and 40.5%, respectively.

Model August 2020 September 2020 Difference
Hyundai Tucson 22 215 877%
Suzuki Wagon R 733 1161 58.4%
Isuzu D-MAX 22 34 54.5%
Honda BR-V 278 417 50%
Toyota Yaris 1705 2421 42%
Toyota Corolla 867 1219 40.5%

Other variants that have witnessed an increase in sales are Suzuki Alto, Suzuki Swift, Honda Civic and Honda City, Hyundai Porter, Toyota Fortuner, and Suzuki Bolan.

While several of these variants have witnessed a good comeback in September, there were a few unfortunate variants that didn’t see an increase in sales. The demand for Toyota Hilux dropped by 2% from 614 units to 602 units sold.

Least Sold Cars September 2020

toyota hilux
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A few other car variants also witnessed a decline in sales by up to 49%. We do hope that these automotive titans recover from the effects of Coronavirus.

Moreover, the good news is that many of these brands are ready to introduce new variants in the Pakistani markets to make things more interesting.

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New Cars In 2020 Onwards

Despite the rough bumps and ditches the local automotive industry had to cross in the challenging year, it looks like some positive notes came out of it.

We told our readers earlier that Toyota is ready to bring its anticipated 12th Gen Toyota Corolla (2021 Toyota Corolla) to Pakistan. News has it that it will be here sooner than later!

It is also being expected that Toyota may launch the Toyota Corolla Cross as well. Furthermore, there are more amazing international cars on their way.

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