companies like Royal Enfield, India Yamaha and BMW India, almost all two wheeler manufacturers
in India registered a slump in sales in January 2021 as compared to January
2020. The growth for several companies has been negative during this period,
according to the Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations (FADA).
Royal Enfield, a unit of Eicher Motors sold 54,461 units in January 2021 as
compared to 53,038 units in the same period in 2020, India Yamaha sold 44,511
units as compared to 41,137 units and BMW India sold 351 units as compared to
303 units in the period under consideration.
far as three-wheeler sales are considered, sales of every company slipped in
the month of January 2021.
TWO WHEELER DOMESTIC SALES IN JANUARY 2021
HERO MOTOCORP LTD
HONDA MOTORCYCLE AND
SCOOTER INDIA (P) LTD
TVS MOTOR COMPANY
ROYAL-ENFIELD (UNIT OF
SUZUKI MOTORCYCLE INDIA
INDIA YAMAHA MOTOR
PIAGGIO VEHICLES PVT LTD
CLASSIC LEGENDS PVT LTD
ADISHWAR AUTO RIDE INDIA
INDIA KAWASAKI MOTORS
TRIUMPH MOTORCYCLES (INDIA)
H-D MOTOR COMPANY INDIA
DUCATI INDIA PVT LTD
DUCATI MOTOR HOLDING S.P.A
THREE WHEELER DOMESTIC SALES IN JANUARY
MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA LIMITED
Others including EV
1- The above numbers do not have figures
from AP, MP, LD & TS as they are not yet on Vahan 4.
2- Vehicle Registration Data has been
collated as on 07.02.21 and in collaboration with Ministry of Road Transport
Highways, Government of India and has
been gathered from 1,273 out of 1,480 RTOs.
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