India's Tata Motors, owner of the luxury Jaguar Land Rover brands and the no-frills Nano, said sales of its passenger and commercial vehicles rose rose 41 percent last month to 76,823 units compared with 2010 figures.
In a statement on Thursday, the automaker said that the figure included 72,474 domestic sales in India and 4,349 export deliveries.
To date, the company has sold 544,492 vehicles in the current fiscal year, a rise of 9 percent from the year before.
Sales of Tata's budget Nano car, which sells in India for 140,000 rupees (2,500 euros), jumped 1,158 percent in November, from 509 units in 2010, to 6,401 last month. In the current fiscal year however, sales of the Nano have dropped 3 percent to 39,646 units.
Two weeks ago, Tata launched an upgraded Nano model to help boost overall sales which have underperformed expectations.
Since its launch in April 2009, the Nano has sold 130,000 units.
The figures published by Tata exclude sales information on the luxury Jaguar and Land Rover brands.
Reuters contributed to this report