|Rank||Model||July ’21 Sales|
|1||Kawasaki Ninja 300||107|
|3||Husqvarna 250 twins||192|
|4||Honda Hornet 2.0||352|
|5||TVS Apache RR 310||374|
|6||Bajaj Dominar 250||395|
|7||Bajaj Dominar 400||411|
|8||Suzuki Gixxer 250||415|
|9||Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220||530|
|10||TVS iQube Electric||540|
The list of least-selling 2-wheelers for July 2021 consists of products from Bajaj, Honda, Suzuki, TVS, and 2 others
The Kawasaki Ninja was the least-selling among 2-wheelers sold in July 2021 in India. It could only find 107 new buyers last month.
Then came the Suzuki Intruder which registered sales of 117 units in July, followed by the 250 twins from Husqvarna (192 units) which consistently perform poorly.
Honda’s Hornet 2.0, which recently got an adventure-oriented sibling in the form of the CB200X, sold 352 times over, while TVS retailed 374 units of its flagship, the RR 310.
Up next are the 2 Dominars from Bajaj and once again, it was the 400 (411 units) which bettered the quarter litre model (395 units). But, the gap in sales between the 2 has reduced drastically.
Suzuki’s quarter litre bike, the Gixxer 250 was ridden home by 415 individuals this past month, while the ninth and tenth positions in the July 2021 least-selling 2-wheelers chart were taken by the Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 (530 units) and the TVS iQube Electric (540 units).
One quarter litre motorcycle which regularly featured in the list in the past was the Yamaha FZ 25. In July, it registered sales of 831 units, thanks to the massive reduction in its asking price.