Ashok Leyland Ltd’s domestic sales grew 5.8 per cent in May to 12,778 units from 12,077 units in the same month of previous year. Overall sales, including exports, declined 3.6 per cent to 13,172 units during the month under review, from 13,659 units sold during corresponding month last year.
The commercial vehicle (CV) maker sold 12,077 units in the domestic market in the same month last year, as per a company release.
Sales of medium and heavy commercial vehicle (M&HCV) dropped by 4 per cent at 8,635 units last month as compared to 8,976 units in May 2018.
Sales of light commercial vehicle (LCV), however, posted a robust 34 per cent growth in the domestic market at 4143 units in May 2019.
Overall, the Chennai-based company sold a total of 13,172 units (export+domestic) in May 2019, witnessing a drop of 4 per cent, as against 13,659 units in the same month year ago.