Tata Motors reported 1 per cent increase in its sales at 54,622 units sold during November compared to 54,108 units sold during the same period year ago.

The company's domestic sales of Tata commercial and passenger vehicles for November 2010 stood at 50,419 units in November, which amounted to a jump of 1 per cent against the sale of 50,114 units in November 2009, according to the company statement.

The company sold 35,079 commercial vehicles in November 2010 in the domestic market, accounting for a 19 per cent growth compared to 29,408 vehicles sold in November 2009. LCV sales stood at 20,376 units, which amounts for a growth of 21 per cent in a Year on Year (YoY) basis. M&HCV sales stood at 14,703 unit, up 18 per cent against the November 2009 sales.

The company's latest offering Nano's sales during the month stood at 509 units, down by 85 per cent over November 2009. Indica range reported sales of 5,716 units, down by 37 per cent from November 2009.

Indigo range recorded sales of 6,009 units, accounting for a rise of one per cent over the same month last year. Sales of Sumo, Safari and Aria increased by 40 per cent at 3,106 units.

Light commercial vehicles sales during the month were at 20,376 units, a growth of 21 per cent over the last year, while medium and heavy commercial vehicle sales stood at 14,703 units, a growth of 18 per cent when compared to November 2009.  

The company registered a growth of five per cent in sales from exports, which stood at 4,203 vehicles in November 2010 versus 3,994 vehicles in November 2009. The cumulative sales from exports for the fiscal stood at 36,851 united, 84 per cent higher over sales of 20,069 units in the same period last year.