The automaker sold 8,451 units of Seltos and 7,215 units of Sonet last month.
In addition, it sold 5,978 copies of Carens and 288 copies of Carnival in July.
“Gradually improving the supply chain and our customers’ continued love for the brand adds momentum to Kia India’s growth,” said Kia India Vice President & Head of Sales and Marketing Hardeep Singh Brar in a statement.
This year, the company is outpacing the industry with a cumulative growth rate of 28 percent from 2021, which is much higher than the industry growth rate of 16 percent, he added.
“With the holiday season approaching, we will strive to improve deliveries in order to be able to deliver to our customers faster. To ensure minimum waiting time, we have been running our production facility at full capacity and with utmost optimization since February 2022,” said Brar.