OEMModelAug ’21 SalesAug ’20 SalesYoY Growth
Royal EnfieldClassic 35023,45334,791-33%
Royal EnfieldMeteor 3506381
Royal EnfieldBullet 350563211,386-50%
BajajPulsar 180 + NS20046668374-44%
BajajPulsar 220F41615558-25%
Royal EnfieldHimalayan2770530423%
JawaClassic + Perak + 422377139870%
KTMDuke 250144413914%
KTMDuke 20014282992-52%
HeroXpulse 20013141317
Only 3 bikes in the list saw their sales improve over the same period last year

Bike sales in the 200-500cc segment in August 2021 was less than in July this year

In August 2021, 200-500cc bike sales dropped by a hefty margin, but Royal Enfield continues to hold its dominance in the segment.

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 occupied the first spot yet again with 23,453 unit sales, followed by the Meteor 350 (6381 units) and Bullet 350 (5632 units), also from the stables of Enfield.

Bajaj Auto’s Pulsar 180 and NS200 collectively registered sales of 4666 units, followed closely by the brand’s workhorse, the Pulsar 220F which found 4161 new takers this past month.

Royal Enfield’s Himalayan is doing well of late and in August, it was ridden home by 2770 new buyers, whereas Classic Legends retailed 2377 units of the Jawa range in total.

200-500cc Bike Sales August 2021
The Jawa range is not making a mark on Enfield and the same goes for the CB350 from Honda

Up next in the August 2021 200-500cc bike sales chart are the Duke 250 and 200 from KTM. The Austrian bikemaker retailed 1444 and 1428 units of the motorcycles, respectively.

In the last position came the Xpulse 200 (1314 units) from Hero MotoCorp and, although it could not make it into the top 10, the CB350 series fetched sales of 1047 units for Honda in August.

In all, the 5 motorcycles mentioned in the sales chart posted year-on-year (YoY) sales degrowth, while total sales of all the bikes in the list stood at 53,626 units which is a -21 percent decline.