India's largest car manufacturer Maruti Suzuki on Monday reported a 33.3 percent rise in sales in January at 95,649 vehicles compared to the like month last year.
The company exported 14,562 units during the month under review, it said in a regulatory filing.
For April-January, sales grew 31.8 percent to 826,592 units over the like period in last fiscal.
Maruti's sales in the compact car (A2) segment comprising Alto, Wagon-R, Zen, Swift, Ritz and A-Star grew 24.8 percent at 58,540 units over January 2009.
Sale of models in its mid-sized (A3) segment comprising SX4 and D'Zire rose 36.5 percent to 8,995 cars in January this year.