Jaguar and Land Rover sales rose 16 percent to 19,528 units in September, owner Tata Motors said.
Jaguar sales for the month grew 10 percent to 4,861, while Land Rover sales increased 19 percent to 14,667.
Tata said its September global vehicle sales rose 19 percent to 86,996 units from a year earlier.
The company, India's biggest truck maker, also makes utility vehicles and cars, including the world's cheapest car Nano.
Reuters contributed to this report