There is no change in the position of performance bikes while all of them have registered growth except for the Hero Karizma and Honda CBR250R.
All the automakers are trying to spice up the competition in the performance segment while enthusiasts are paying their gratitude by buying these products which brings us to the sales analysis of January 2016 where all the performance bikes have registered growth except the Hero Karizma and Honda CBR250R.
The segment continues to be ruled by the TVS Apache 160 and 180 with a sale of 20,858 units which looks consistent compared to the 20,599 units of December and the numbers are expected to increase as the Apache 200 will join the clan from February onwards. The Bajaj Avenger 220 has achieved a steady growth of 12.92 percent by selling 12,363 units as a result of the new Street and Cruise models.
The Bajaj Pulsar 180-200 bikes have achieved the highest growth at 60.04 percent with a sale of 7016 units compared to the 4384 units of December while the Pulsar 220F has registered growth after months and managed to sell 6115 units against the struggling 3889 units of December.
The Yamaha R15 undoubtedly impresses enthusiasts which can also be seen on the sales chart where it clocked a sale of 3584 units while the direct rival Honda CBR150R is consistent by selling 652 units. The only two losers in the segment are the Honda CBR250R and Hero Karizma R/-ZMR with a sale of 212 and 65 units respectively.
Performance Bike Sales January 2016
– All the performance bikes registered growth except the Honda CBR250R and Hero Karizma
– The chart is topped by the TVS Apache 160 and 180 with a sale of 20,858 units
– The Bajaj Pulsar 180-200 are the highest growing bikes at 60.04%
– The Bajaj Pulsar 200F clocked growth after months by selling 6115 units