The report also stated that 65 percent of the cars were diesel, 34 percent of the cars were petrol and only 1 percent of the cars were CNG.
Maruti Suzuki Dzire
According to Drum’s annual Automobile Industry Trend Report 2020, the best-selling car in the second-hand market is the Maruti Suzuki Dzire, while the best-selling motorcycle is the Bajaj Pulsar. The report also says that the average selling price for used cars was Rs 8,38,827 while for motorcycles it was Rs 47,869.
The average ownership was 67 months for used cars and 77 months for used motorcycles. The report also stated that 65 percent of the cars were diesel, 34 percent of the cars were petrol and only 1 percent of the cars were CNG. The demand for cars with automatic transmissions is 63 percent, with the automatic transmission being sold and the rest being a manual gearbox version.
36 percent of cars were made in India
The colors most preferred by the buyers were white, silver and gray. 49 percent of the vehicles sold were white, 16 percent were silver and 10 percent were gray. The report also says that 36 percent of the vehicles were from Indian vehicles, 22 percent were from Japanese, 18 percent were from German manufacturers and 12 percent were from South Korean manufacturers.
Sandeep Aggarwal, founder and CEO of Drum said, “At Drum, we are building a 21st century digital platform and ecosystem for buying and selling automobiles. Given that we are a pure play online company and have patabytes of data for automobile buyers, sellers, listings, brands, years and cities, it is always a pleasure to share this data with the automobile industry fraternity. “
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