Tata Motors Thursday reported a 35 percent increase in its consolidated global sales, including those of Jaguar-Land Rover, for November over the like period of last year.
"Tata Motors Group global wholesales, including Jaguar-Land Rover, were 108,028 nos. Cumulative sales for the fiscal are 750,457, higher by 10 percent compared to the corresponding period in 2010-11," the company said in a statement.
According to the company, luxury brand of the group Jaguar-Land Rover saw a 27 percent increase in sales, which stood at 29,183 units over those sold in November 2010.
"Jaguar sales for the month were 5,315 nos., lower by 5 percent, while Land Rover sales were 23,868 nos., higher by 38 percent," said the statement.
JLR's cumulative sales grew by 19 percent for the fiscal at 185,431 units.
"Cumulative sales of Jaguar are 35,195 nos., lower by 9 percent, while cumulative sales of Land Rover are 150,236 nos., higher by 28 percent."
The company also reported good global sales for its commercial vehicles division, which includes brands such as Tata, Tata Daewoo and the Tata Hispano Carrocera range.
"Global sales of all commercial vehicles were 49,724 nos. in November, a growth of 24 percent. Cumulative sales for the fiscal are 371,410 nos., a growth of 18 percent," the statement said.
The global passenger car segment in the month under review grew by 47 percent at 58,304 units.
"Cumulative sales for the fiscal are 379,047 nos., higher by 4 percent," the statement added.
The international sales of standalone Tata passenger car brand and the distribution offtake of Fiat cars in India rose 74 percent at 29,121 units over that of November 2010.
But the cumulative sales for the fiscal fell by eight percent at 193,616 units.