RankOEMModelNov ’21 SalesNov ’20 SalesYoY Growth
4HeroHF Deluxe76,1491,79,426-58%
7TVSXL 10042,55870,750-40%
8SuzukiAccess 12542,48145,582-7%
9BajajPulsar 12542,31156,549-25%
10TVSApache series28,60841,557-31%
12Royal EnfieldClassic 35019,60139,391-50%
15BajajCT 10013,19629,046-55%
16BajajPulsar 15013,08430,719-57%
17Royal EnfieldBullet 35012,99010,00330%
18HeroPassion Pro12,93353,768-76%
19YamahaRay ZR12,34415,238-19%
20HeroSuper Splendor12,29950,499-76%
21SuzukiBurgman Street11,248907824%
Even the top 4 2-wheelers lost a good chunk of sales last month

In November 2021, 2-wheeler sales slumped when compared with the year ago period

Sales of products in the 2-wheeler segment tanked in November 2021 when compared with the same period a year before.

But, what has not changed is the fact that the Hero Splendor (1,80,191 units) and Honda Activa (1,24,082 units) continue to remain on top of the 2-wheeler segment.

Third-placed Honda Shine found 83,622 new homes in November 2021, while Hero retailed 76,149 units of the HF Deluxe during the same period.

Baja Auto’s Platina came fifth by registering sales of 60,646 units, whereas TVS’s Jupiter and XL 100 followed suit with 44,139 unit sales and 42,558 units, respectively.

November 2021 2-Wheeler Sales
TVS’ Raider is 23rd in the list with 10,040 unit sales

Suzuki’s best-seller, the Access 125, took eighth position in the November 2021 2-wheeler sales chart, while Bajaj sold 42,311 units of the Pulsar 125 in the same period.

In tenth place was the Apache series from TVS. The RTR range of bikes found 28,608 new homes this past month. But, this was 31 percent lesser than the number of units these bikes brought TVS a year ago.

This brings us to the year-on-year (YoY) growth rate of the 2-wheelers that have made it to the top 25 list this time around. Apart from the Platina (46 percent), Bullet 350 (30 percent) and Burgman Street (24 percent), the rest registered sales degrowth.