Tata Harrier Beats Jeep Compass & Mahindra XUV500

Tata Harrier is the new champion when compared with the sales of other brands and products around the segment. The best seller is obviously the Hyundai Creta with an unmistakable charm and 11,448 units in the sales chart of March 2019 all around Asia. The second spot was bagged by Mahindra Scorpio, getting 5433 units in the same month. However, both the cars are just indirect rivals to the Harrier, which itself boldly posted 2492 units in the sales chart of SUVs. The number is bigger than all remaining products that are categorized over-4m in length.

The fourth spot was bagged by S-Cross while popular premium options like Mahindra XUV300 and Jeep Compass came next with 1916 and 1441 units respectively. Renault Duster has lost the charm and got just 877 units in the month of March 2019 while Nissan Kicks followed next with 701 units. Tata Safari and Renault Captur got the last two positions with 445 and 343 units respectively. The Nissan Terrano is almost invisible on the list with just 27 units and may not continue for a long time on the assembly line.

Tata Harrier has gained a reputation that cannot be ignored by any of the buyers spending around Nrs 50 lakh and above in the country. The segment first features, along with the powerful engine and good looks have helped the Harrier reach the top spot for its segment. The number may increase further as buyers from the nearby segments will consider giving it a try before making a decision.

Sales Report (March 2019):

  1. Hyundai Creta: 11,448 units
  2. Mahindra Scorpio: 5433 units
  3. Tata Harrier: 2492 units
  4. Maruti S-Cross: 2424 units
  5. Mahindra XUV500: 1916 units
  6. Jeep Compass: 1441 units
  7. Renault Duster: 877 units
  8. Nissan Kicks: 701 units
  9. Tata Safari: 445 units
  10. Renault Captur: 343 units


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