General Motors India has registered a 2.4 per cent growth in April. The company sold 8196 vehicles in April as compared to 8005 units in the same month last year. The total sales include 3436 units of the Sail (Sail U-VA and Sail sedan), 1986 units of the Beat and 1571 units of the Tavera.
"We have recorded a marginal growth in sales on the back of the good response to the newly launched Chevrolet Sail. Despite announcing attractive sales offers, the showroom footfalls, enquiry levels and conversion rates remained very poor. We do not expect the market to improve in the short term, as the market continues to remain subdued due to economic slowdown, political uncertainty and various other factors," said P Balendran, vice president General Motors India.