The month of July 2021 saw a surge in the sales of cars by 104.17 per cent, compared to the same period last year. Figures were shared by Pakistan Automobile Manufacturing Association (PAMA).

According to this data, as many as 20,669 cars were sold in this month under review as compared to the sale of 10,123 units in same month last year. The data also shows that 1700 units of Honda civic and city were sold during the month as compared to the sale of 2,210 units last year, showing a decline of 23.15 per cent.

Toyota Corolla cars’ sale however, saw an increase of 52 per cent as it soared to 2,320 units in the corresponding month from 1,528 units.

Suzuki Swift’s sale surged by 23.62 per cent as its sale increased to 225 units from 182 units in July.

Keeping with the trend, the newly launched Toyota Yaris also witnessed an increase as its sale jumped to 2,700 units in the year under review from 1,830 units in July 2020.

Sale of Suzuki Cultus increased to 4,213 units in the corresponding year while during same period last year, the sale was recorded at 1,077 units.

From the looks of the data the sale of Suzuki Wagon R witnessed a sharp increase of 276 per cent as it rose to 2,131 units from 566 units in July last year. Suzuki Alto also witnessed a sharp increase as it went up from 2,158 units in FY21 to 6,110 units in the previous year.

Meanwhile, sales of motorbikes witnessed a decrease of 11 per cent as it went down to 133,426 units in July 2021 compared to sale of 149,921 units in same month of last year.

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