Maruti Suzuki remains the most preferred brand amongst Indian automobile buyers, reveals Droom’s annual report
Tanya DubeyFeb 16, 2017, 07.25 PM
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In the bikes segment,
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According to the report, 59% of queries and online sales closed by Droom comprised two-wheelers (41% bikes, 26% scooters). Cars accounted for 38% of total sales, whereas the rest was occupied by superbikes and supercars. Bikes on the platform were bought at an average price of Rs 43,360, while cars sold at an average price of Rs 5,76,969.
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Somewhat surprisingly, petrol and CNG cars saw a dip in sales from 59% to 52% and 7% to 4% respectively from 2015 to 2016. Diesel vehicles, on the other hand, reported an increase in sales from 34% to 44%. Hatchbacks also reported a drop in sales from 43% to 40%, while Sedan and SUVs almost remained at par to the previous year’s numbers. MUVs reported a slight increase from 6% to 9%. The average time span of resold used automobiles was 5 years.
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