Hero Splendor headed the sales chart again with over 2 lakh units sold, here we put together Top 10 two-wheelers sold in July 2021.
- Hero Splendor series yet again tops the sales chart with 2,50,794 units sold last month
- Second place is occupied by Honda Activa with 1,62,956 units sold in July 2021
- Last place in the list taken by Bajaj entry level commuter CT100
Last month yet again hero Splendor series beings the best seller for the brand as well as tops the list of 10 two-wheelers sold in July 2021. Hero Splendor series sold 2,50,794 units against 2,13,413 units in the same month last year with registering 17.5 percent sales growth YoY basis. Second place is held by Honda most sold Activa with 1,62,956 units last month against 1,18,859 units in the same corresponding month last year resulting in 37.1 percent YoY sales growth. Honda CB Shine put on third place with 1,16,128 units getting decent 30.5 percent growth.
|Bikes models||July 2021 units|
|Honda CB Shine||1,16,128|
|Hero HF Deluxe||1,06,304|
Hero HF Deluxe posted an amazing number of 1,06,304 units last month up against 1,54,152 units sold in July 2020, getting a negative sales figure of 31 percent. The Bajaj Pulsar finished at fifth position with 65,094 units sold in July 2021 against 73,836 units dispatched in July 2020 resulting in negative sales growth of 11.8 percent on a YoY basis. The sixth position is taken by another homegrown bike Bajaj popular platina with 54,606 units sold against 35,103 units in twelve months back on July 2020.
The TVS XL100 becomes the most sold bike in the brand’s domestic portfolio with over 49,000 units against 58,403 units in July 2020 garnered a negative sales growth of 15.6 percent when compared on a YoY basis. The eighth position is held by Suzuki Access with getting massive positive sales growth of 102.7 percent on a year-on-year basis, dispatching 46,985 units against 23,171 units in July 2020. TVS most popular scooter Jupiter finished at ninth position with 38,209 units and getting negative sales growth of 22 percent. The last tenth position is taken by Bajaj CT100 selling 27,962 units against 33,774 units getting 17.2% de-growth.
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