RankModelFeb ’21 Sales
1Suzuki Intruder128
2Bajaj Chetak150
3TVS Apache RR 310169
4TVS iQube203
5Royal Enfield 650 Twins284
6KTM Duke 250312
7KTM Duke 390451
8Suzuki Gixxer 250549
9Husqvarna 250 Twins677
10Bajaj Dominar 250748
Manufacturers of these products would want them to perform better

Suzuki’s Intruder is the new leader of the least-selling 2-wheelers in February 2021, for the motorcycle could only find 128 takers in the month.

The Chetak from Bajaj came second, for 150 units of the electric scooter got sold this past month, followed by the TVS Apache RR 310, which saw 169 unit sales.

Fourth place in the February 2021 least-selling 2-wheelers list was taken by the TVS iQube electric scooter, which recorded 203 unit sales, very close to the numbers it did in January.

In fifth place come the 650 twins – Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 – which found 284 homes last month, followed by the KTM Duke 250, which witnessed 312 unit sales.

Interestingly, the much pricier, and arguably more potent, Duke 390 outdid the quarter litre Duke, for 451 units of the motorcycle got sold in the month of February.

Suzuki could only find 549 takers for the Gixxer 250 in February, while Husqvarna sold 677 units of its 250cc motorcycles. In the last spot sits the Bajaj Dominar 250 that was ridden home by 748 individuals.

It must be mentioned that Yamaha’s FZ 25 did not find any takers in the month of February and that at 803 unit sales, the Aprilia SR 125 narrowly missed the chance of being featured in the list of shame.

Moreover, one of the regulars of the list, the Royal Enfield Himalayan, was not featured this time around, for it found 2660 buyers this past month.

Least-Selling 2-Wheelers February 2021
Quarter litre bikes are fading away slowly but steadily