Harley-Davidson leads the sales chart with its most affordable offering, the Street 750.

Premium Bike Sales April'19
Triumph has sold 31 units of the Speed Twin and takes the 5th spot

Harley-Davidson and Kawasaki both have a good number of bikes from their product line-up on the premium bike sales of April. Kawasaki’s Ninja 300 has seen a mammoth 4650 percent rise in YoY growth since April’18, with the Japanese bike maker selling 95 units of the bike in April’19.

Harley-Davidson Street Rod, Yamaha R3 and Triumph Speed Twin take the 3rd, 4th and 5th spots respectively. In the top 5 spots, the Yamaha R3 is the only bike to show a negative YoY growth of 55 percent. Suzuki Hayabusa sees a massive 1300 percent rise in its YoY growth with 14 units of the litre-class bike being sold. The Kawasaki Z900 takes the 10th spot on the list with 12 units sold in April’19. Kawasaki had managed to sell 46 units of the naked sports bike in April’18.

Harley-Davidson again pops up on the 11th and 12th positions with the Iron 883 and the Fat Bob respectively. Honda’s recently launched Africa Twin takes up on a respectable 6th position, with the company dispatching 21 units of the bike. Honda’s CBR650F sits at the bottom of the list with a 65 percent decline in YoY growth and the brand only managing to sell 7 units of the sports bike.

Triumph has managed to sell only one unit of the Tiger 800 XCx and 5 units of the Tiger 800 XRx in April’19. The Kawasaki Versys 1000 launched in February has managed to sell a reasonable 10 units this April. Honda’s litre-class CB1000R bike has seen only 2 buyers in April’19.

Premium Bike Sales April 2019

– Harley-Davidson has 6 motorcycles from its product line-up on the list
– Kawasaki has managed to sell only 7 units of the Ninja ZX-6R
– Kawasaki Z900 has seen the highest YoY decline of 74 percent

Harley-Davidson Fat Boy
Harley-Davidson sits on the 7th position with the Fat Boy
Kawasaki Z900 Grey
Kawasaki has dispatched only 12 units of the Z900 in April’19