Brands such as Lamborghini, Rolls-Royce, Maserati, Bentley, and Aston Martin don’t report monthly vehicle-specific Indian sales figures. We can assume they build rare machines.
In India, even the luxury car manufacturers like Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz that finish the year on the other end of the list that have a story to tell, and not always a sad one – a limited production and exclusivity can account for low sales.
But from the dozens of higher-volume manufacturers which produce cars in measurable numbers, sales of new cars may be on the rise, but every model is not a showroom star. A combination of factors often results in a car which not only is a slow seller, but seems to barely move at all. Here are of the 10 worst-selling cars, as listed by NDTV Auto.
With that in mind, check out our list of the worst-selling cars available for the year 2014. We think you’ll find the story far more entertaining than the title implies. Note the sales numbers of the cars mentioned here are of first 11 months (January 2014 – November 2014) since carmakers are yet to share their December, 2014 figures.
The 10 worst-selling cars of 2014 in India:
1. Nissan Teana – 15 units
2. Toyota Land Cruiser – 40 units
3. Toyota Prado – 51 units
4. Chevrolet Captiva – 63 units
5. Hyundai Sonata – 97 units
6. Skoda Yeti – 123 units
7. Renault Koleos – 148 units
8. Ford Endeavour – 222 units
9. Renault Fluence – 306 units
10. Nissan Evalia – 484 units
Source – NDTV Auto