Royal Enfield is dominating the list with 4 products of the company dominating the 200-500cc segment.
TVS Apache has a combined sales of 43,499 units that pins it on the top of our top selling 200-500cc bikes in April list. Coming second, with an individual performance is the Royal Enfield Classic 350. The Chennai-based manufacturer has managed to depart 35,196 units of the Classic 350 from the showrooms.
Bajaj Auto has also fared well with the Pulsar (180+200NS) and has managed to rack up the 4th position on the list. Bajaj’s Pulsar 220 shows no signs of age and secures the 5th spot on the list with a 26 percent MoM growth and 8485 models sold. Royal Enfield’s Bullet 350 Twinspark sits on the 3rd position with 12,376 units sold and a 2 percent MoM growth.
Mahindra is a poor performer as the capable Mojo bikes have showed 0 sales this month. The KTM Duke 200 even though being an old model outperforms its newer peers in sales figures. KTM has managed to sell 2315 units of the 200cc Duke and has gained the 9th spot on the list. Bajaj Dominar 400 just misses out on the last spot with 1346 units sold. The last spot is taken by the Hero Xtreme 200R, with Hero managing to sell only 1633 units of the bike.
200-500cc Bike Sales April
– Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 and Electra Twinspark take the 6th and 7th positions
– KTM Duke 200 sees a 15 percent MoM growth
– Mahindra bikes see a 100 percent decline in sales as it records 0 sales in April