Ashok Leyland's M&HCV sales decline by 52% YoY in August, LCV by 3%

M&HCV trucks sales dropped by 36 per cent to 2,132 units from 3,335 units
Ashok Leyland has reported a 52 per cent drop in M&HCV sales during the month of August to 2,222 units as compared to 4,584 units a year ago.

M&HCV trucks sales dropped by 36 per cent to 2,132 units from 3,335 units, while bus sales dropped by 93 per cent to 90 units from 1,249 units, a year ago. 

LCV sales dropped by three per cent to 3,602 units from 3,711 units. 

Domestic and exports together dropped by 31 per cent to 6,325 units from 9,230 units.

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