Here, we have the Top 10 two-wheelers sold in May 2021, and leading the monthly sales chart for their manufacturer.
- Yet again Hero Splendor top’s the chart with over 1,00,000 units were sold last month
- Second position is also held by Hero MotoCorp HF Deluxe with 42,118 units sold in May 2021
- At the end of the list, we have Homegrown manufacturer commuter Bajaj CT110 with 50.8 percent decline in sales
Last month, yet again in the monthly sales chart for Top 10 two-wheelers, hero MotoCorp Splendor series top’s the list with 1,00,435 units were sold in May 2021, as against 1,93,508 units sold in April 2021, getting MoM decline in sales by 48.1 percent. Its smaller sibling HF Deluxe finished the month at second position with 42,118 units sold in May 2021, against 71,294 units in April 2021, getting 40.9 percent de-growth on an MoM basis. The Bajaj Pulsar held the third position with 39,625 units against 66,586 units finishing off the month with a 40.4 percent decline in sales.
|Top 10 bikes sold in May 2021||Units sold|
|Hero HF Deluxe||42,118|
|Honda CB Shine||14,666|
|Royal Enfield classic||9,239|
The Bajaj Pulsar series direct rival with TVS motor company Apache series, which finished at fourth position with 19,885 units sold in May 2021, getting 32.5 percent negative sales growth on an MoM basis as 29,458 units sold in April 2021. At the fifth position, we have Honda scooter Active which saw a massive sales decline of 84.4 percent as only 17,006 units sold last month against 1,09,678 units sold in April 2021. The Honda CB Shine finished at sixth position with getting 14,666 units against 79,416 units in April 2021, receiving 81.5 percent negative sales.
At the seventh position of the Top 10 Two-wheelers sold list of May 2021, we have Bajaj entry-level commuter Platin. It manages to sell 11,164 units last month against 35,467 units in April 2021. The Suzuki Access yet again finished in the second half of the list as it sold 9,706 units last month up against 53,285 units in April 2021, finishing the month with an 81.7 percent decline in sales. Royal Enfield classic positioned at ninth position with 9,239 units against 23,298 units, with 60.3 percent negative sales. At last, we have Bajaj another commuter CT110 finishing at tenth position with 7,678 units.