Ashok Leyland reported a 19% decrease in total vehicle sales for the month of June 2019, clocking in at 12,810 units, as opposed to 15,792 units in the month of June in 2018.
According to the company’s regulatory filing, the total domestic sales had scaled down to 12,085 units for June, as against the 14,091 units sold in June last year. This was estimated at a 14% decline, the company said.
Medium and heavy commercial vehicles (M&HCV) sales in domestic market were down 19% at 7,780 units in June this year, as compared to 9,616 units in the year-ago month, it added.
Light commercial vehicle sales last month stood at 4,305 units as compared to 4,475 units in June 2018, down by 4%.