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The company said in a statement that domestic sales were 49,002 units, while 10,201 units were exported last month.
New Delhi. The second wave of Coronavirus has created a furore in the country. Meanwhile, Hyundai Motor India, a South Korean automobile manufacturer, has released an April 2021 sales report. The company said on Saturday that it had sold a total of 59,203 units in April 2021, reflecting an eight per cent drop from the 64,621 units sold in March. The company said in a statement that domestic sales were 49,002 units, while 10,201 units were exported last month. April sales this year are not comparable to sales in the same month last year as domestic sales did not result in a nationwide lockdown in the wake of the outbreak of the coronovirus epidemic in the country. However, the company had exported 1,341 units in April last year. Also read: Electric version of Maruti Swift is going to be launched, 250 km range will be given in single charge, know everything HMIL Director (Sales, Marketing and Service) Tarun Garg said, “In these challenging times, we stand in solidarity with the nation and continue all efforts to support the affected … while our efforts, existing In time, mainly focused on supporting people’s lives and livelihoods. We have also got good sales results in April 2021. ”Hyundai sent 1,04,342 vehicles abroad in FY21 Significantly, Hyundai Motor India ranked first in terms of exporting passenger vehicles from India last year. The company sent a total of 1,04,342 passenger vehicles to various countries in the financial year 2020-21. The company’s export markets include major markets such as Mexico, Saudi Arabia and South Africa.