It can be noted that car sales declined by 9% in June, recording the eighth consecutive fall in monthly sales to 1,39,632 units as against 1,53,450 units a year ago.
While Maruti sales declined 8.17%, Hyundai saw a marginal spike in sales, but Tata Motors saw its plunge 29.17% to 9,628 units in June from 13,595 units in the same month last year.
Since April, Tata Motors has not reported a growth in sales any month, and the average decline is around 35% so far.
In its bid to revive sales, the company had recently announced some promos under which it was offering exchange offers.
The scheme involved offering its Nano customers an exchange scheme which also has a two-wheeler exchange programme. The company has also been offering cash back of Rs. 30,000 on the Safari Storme and Rs. 15,000 exchange bonus on the Sumo model.