- Condition of top 3 companies including Hero Motocors deteriorated
- Suzuki registers annual growth in the Indian market
- Sales of electric vehicles are increasing in India
Top 10 Best Selling Bike Scooter Company September Sale: Even though two-wheeler companies can see a boom in the sales of bike-scooter sales in the festival season in India, but if we look at the record of the last month, then the condition of most of the companies remained bad. Sales of other companies including Hero, Honda, Bajaj, Yamaha, TVS and Royal Enfield were greatly affected. However, there has been an improvement in Suzuki’s annual performance during this period. Let us tell you that how many units were sold by the top 10 car-scooter companies of India in the last month i.e. September 2021 and who got profit or loss?
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Most bike-scooter selling companies in India
If we look at the bike-scooter sales figures of India’s top 10 companies last month, according to the FADA report, Hero Motocorp has been at the top position in September as compared to earlier and it sold a total of 2,75,882 units, which is close to that of September 2020. 21 percent less. On the other hand, Honda sold 2,40,527 units in September 2021, which is 9 percent less than September 2020.
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How about TVS, Bajaj and Suzuki
At number three was TVS, which sold a total of 1,40,549 units last month, a decline of about 12 per cent over September last year. Bajaj stood at number four, selling a total of 1,16,252 bikes and scooters, which is 6 per cent less than the company’s sales last year. Suzuki sold a total of 45,617 scooters and bikes in the Indian market in September 2021, registering an annual growth of 10 per cent.
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Royal Enfield bikes sales down
Yamaha was ranked sixth in the Indian market in September 2021, with a total of 40,044 units sold and this is about 11 percent less than in September last year. The sale of bikes of the domestic company Royal Enfield was also affected a lot last month and the company sold a total of 32,913 units, which is 22.54 percent less than in September 2020. Hero Electric sold 6289 electric scooters in India last month, registering an annual growth of 533 per cent. On the other hand, Piaggio sold a total of 3729 units, which is an annual growth of 8 percent. Okinawa sold a total of 3264 units in India in September 2021, registering an annual growth of 491 per cent.
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