Hindu flagging company Ashok Leyland reported on Wednesday a 2 percent decline in total commercial car sales to 10,480 units in November 2021.
The company had sold 10,659 units in the same month last year, Ashok Leyland said in a regulatory dossier.
Domestic sales fell 4 percent to 9,364 units, up from 9,727 units in November 2020, it added.
However, sales of medium and heavy commercial vehicles were up 5 percent at 4,661 units compared to 4,422 units in the month ago.
Sales of light commercial vehicles in the domestic market fell by 11 percent to 4,703 units, up from 5,305 units in November 2020, the company said.
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