Similarly, the company's domestic sales plunged by 16 per cent to 37,474 units from an off-take of 44,605 units in the like period of last year.
However, Miamp;M's exports inched higher by 3 per cent to 2,668 vehicles in July.
"The headwinds faced by the automotive industry continue as a result of subdued consumer sentiment, triggered by various factors," said Veejay Ram Nakra, Chief of Sales and Marketing, Automotive Division, Miamp;M.
"The industry needs stimuli to help revive consumer demand and conversions. We hope that the overall buying sentiment will improve in the run-up to the festive season and with the monsoon turning out to be better than initially anticipated," he added.