Leading commercial vehicle (CV) players witnessed double-digit growth in sales during July 2017. Tata Motors reported a 15 per cent growth in sales of commercial vehicles at 27,842 units. According to the company, a ramp-up of BS-IV production.
and passing on the benefits of GST to consumers by reducing the prices of vehicles across all commercial vehicle segments have resulted in improved consumer sentiments. The commercial vehicle sales at Ashok Leyland grew 14 per cent to 11,981 units, according to the company. Sales of medium and heavy commercial vehicles grew 10 per cent to 9,026 units. While Mahindra and Mahindra registered a 14 per cent growth in commercial vehicle sales to 15,023 units last month.