Here we have the Top 10 most sold scooters in the Indian market, in May 2021. Honda Activa continues to sit at the top of the chart.
- Honda sold 17,006 units of Activa in May 2021 and continues to remain at the top
- Japanese manufacturer Suzuki sold 9,706 units of Access last month and finished at second position
- Yamaha sell just 824 units of Fascino last month; finished at tenth position
Yet another monthly sales chart and yet almost same positioning of the scooters available for sale in India. Honda Activa again leading the charge for the scooters and finished at the top of the chart with 17,006 units sold last month, against 1,09,678 units sold in April 2021, with 84.4 percent sales decline. Although, due to health crisis the sales number doesn’t seems same as every other month in India. The Suzuki access finished at second position with 9,706 units sold in May 2021, against 53,285 units sold in April 2021, resulting to 81.7 percent sales decline on MoM basis.
|Top 10 Most sold scooters||May 2021|
The TVS Jupiter resulted to third position with 6,153 units sold in May 2021, against 15,570 units in April 2021, getting 60.4 percent of negative sales on MoM basis. Another TVS scooter Ntorq 125 sold 4,337 units last month, if compared on MoM sales chart it registered 78.2 percent negative sales growth. Suzuki Burgman registered 2,745 units in May 2021, up against 8,154 units in April 2021, resulting in 66.3 percent sales decline. The electric version of Burgman is being tested in India and launch is expected for later months.
The Hero MotoCorp pleasure finished at sixth position registering 2,208 units last month and 18,298 units in April 2021, resulting 87.9 percent sales decline on MoM basis. The Honda Dio and TVS Pep+ finished at seventh and eighth position. The former sells 1,697 units and the latter sold 1,609 units last month. Last two position is held by Yamaha scooters, RayZR and Fascino. The former registering 1,060 units with 85.8 percent de-growth and the later garnered 824 units with 85.3 percent degrowth on MoM basis.