The company's domestic sales stood at 1,20,735 units, up 11.7 percent from 1,08,115 units in February last year, MSI said in a statement.
The latest variant VXi+ comes with both automatic and manual transmissions. The manual trims are priced at Rs 4.69 lakh and Rs 4.89 lakh while the auto gear shift (AGS) versions are tagged at Rs 5.17 lakh and Rs 5.36 lakh.
Country's largest car maker Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) today reported 1 per cent decline in total sales at 1,17,908 units in December 2016 as against 1,19,149 units in the year-ago period.
Car companies have announced discounts in the range of 10-20 percent in December to stabilise the weak demand caused mainly due to the government‘s demonetisation move.
Maruti Suzuki, the country's largest car manufacturer, beat analysts' expectations on November sales front due to strong performance in domestic business.
Maruti Suzuki disappointed analysts with its October sales as it sold 1.33 lakh units during the month, down 0.3 percent compared with 1.34 lakh units sold in year-ago period. It was worst on month-on-month basis as sales fell 10.3 percent.
Automobile stocks vroomed in top gear, rising 2-4 percent intraday Monday as festive season demand boosted companies' September sales and that is likely to continue in rest of the financial year 2016-17 as well.
Maruti Suzuki, the country's largest passenger vehicles manufacturer, has registered a 12.2 percent growth in August sales by selling 1.32 lakh units against 1.17 lakh units in same month last year, driven largely by Vitara Brezza, Ciaz and some compact cars.
The company said domestic sales grew by 13.9 percent to 1.25 lakh units, supported by Ciaz, Baleno, Eeco and utility vehicles.
Country's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India tightened its grip in terms of best selling cars with six of its models featuring in the the top-10 list for the just concluded fiscal.
The company said sales of the compact segment comprising Swift, Estilo, Ritz, Dzire and Baleno increased 20.9 percent to 46,786 units in March this year as against 38,710 units in the same month last year.
Eicher Motors maintained its strong sales growth. It has registered a 63 percent year-on-year growth in Royal Enfield sales at 49,156 units, majorly led by models with engine capacity upto 350cc.
Alto 800 variants with driver airbag are priced between Rs 2.62 lakh and 3.78 lakh while Alto K10 is priced between Rs 3.45 lakh and Rs 4.08 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
The company's compact sedan Dzire was the second best-selling model with 15,463 units compared with 12,020 units in the same month last year. MSI's compact hatchback WagonR was third, selling 13,986 units, as against 13,545 units in the year-ago month.
Mahindra & Mahindra's sales volume climbed 21 percent to 41,590 vehicles in November compared to 34,292 vehicles in same month last year, which was lower than analysts' estimates.
According to the latest data from Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM), in the top 10 best passenger vehicles, Maruti's Alto retained the top position in October with 22,861 units, as against 21,443 units in October last year.
Company's domestic sales increased by 24.7 percent to 1.21 lakh vehicles and exports shot up 90.4 percent to 13,146 vehicles.
Mahindra & Mahindra said domestic tractor sales fell 21 percent to 18,245 units in May against 23,132 units in the same month last year while tractor exports grew by 25 percent to 1,012 units during the same period.
The company said its domestic sales increased by 27.3 percent during the month to 1,00,709 units against 79,119 units in April 2014.
Maruti Suzuki India continued its hold on the country's car market in 2014-15 with its models Alto, Swift, Dzire and WagonR retaining the top four positions. According to SIAM, Maruti's Alto sold 2,64,492 units in 2014-15 as against 2,58,281 units in the previous fiscal, retaining its numero uno position for the 10th year in succession.
The company said its domestic sales increased by 8.2 percent during the month to 1,07,892 units as against 99,758 units in February 2014.
Domestic sales grew by 17 percent on yearly basis to 1 lakh units while exports surged 52.7 percent to 10,123 units during the the same period.
The company said its domestic sales rose by 1 percent during the month to 97,069 units as against 96,062 units in October, 2013.
India's largest car maker sold 1,10,776 lakh units in August, up 27 percent compared to 87,323 units in same period last year and up 9 percent compared to 1.01 lakh units in previous month.
Credit Suisse maintains outperform rating on the stock with an increased target price to Rs 3,500 apiece (from Rs 3,020 earlier).