RankOEMModelJan ’22 SalesJan ’21 SalesYoY Growth
1Royal EnfieldClassic 35026,77540,872-34%
2Royal EnfieldBullet 35012,65617,001-26%
3Royal EnfieldMeteor 3508460507367%
4BajajPulsar 220F + 250 Twins60126310-5%
5BajajPulsar 180 + NS200540711,730-54%
6Royal EnfieldHimalayan3248349453%
8HeroXpulse 2003132175079%
9KTMDuke 20023982979-20%
10Classic LegendsJawa & Yezdi line-up234623331%
The Royal Enfield Himalayan’s figures are sure promising eh!

In January 2022, 200-500cc bike sales dropped by 20 percent year-on-year

Royal Enfield’s bikes blocked the top 3 spots in the 200-500cc bike sales chart for January 2022 and it was the Classic 350 that led the segment once again.

The 350cc motorcycle found 26,775 new homes last month, while the Bullet 350 followed with 12,656 unit sales. The Meteor 350 was third with 8460 units.

Then came the Bajaj models. The Pulsar 220F and the 250 twins registered combined sales of 6012 units, while the Pulsar 180 and NS200 duo found 5407 new takers this past month.

200-500cc Bike Sales January 2022
The arrival of the Yezdis has not improved Classic Legends’ sales figure by much

Royal Enfield’s Himalayan occupied the sixth spot in the January 2022 200-500cc bike sales chart with 3248 units to its name. Honda’s CB350 range followed close with 3212 unit sales.

Hero’s Xpulse 200 has found good traction of late and in January, 1 unit each of the the small adventure bike was ridden home by just over 3100 individuals. In January, KTM sold 2398 units of its Duke 200, while Classic Legends’ Jawa and Yezdi lineups could only manage 2346 units in all.

In all, the motorcycles in the chart registered combined sales of 73,646 units in January 2022 as opposed to 91,625 units during the same period last year, which is a 20 percent reduction in sales.