Least-Selling 2-Wheelers October 2020
It is quite sad to see electric scooters regularly featuring in the list

The list of least-selling 2-wheelers in October 2020 is headed by the TVS iQube electric scooter, having only recorded 32 unit sales.

In the top 10 list, or should we say the bottom 10, second place goes to another electric scooter in the form of Bajaj Chetak. However, it did well in comparison, having sold 258 times over.

Third-placed Suzuki Intruder managed to find 300 buyers in October, while one unit each of the Aprilia SR 150 was taken home by 361 people. Clearly, work to be done by both manufacturers if they want to see sales increase.

TVS’ flagship motorcycle, the Apache RR 310 almost reached the 500 units mark in October, while the Yamaha FZ 25 recorded just over 500 units.

Another Suzuki in the list, the Gixxer 250, sold 599 units and was beaten by the quarter-litre offering from KTM that managed to find 712 buyers during the same period.

The least-selling 2-wheelers October 2020 list’s final two spots were occupied by the Husqvarna twins, which sold 759 units combined, and the KTM Duke 390, which recorded 1038 unit sales.

We can presume that makers of these 2-wheelers would hope that these products do better next time around, but barring a few, chances are most products will feature in the list once again.

It must be noted that the list does not feature premium motorcycles from manufacturers like Triumph, Kawasaki, etc and concentrates on products from the affordable end of the market.

Least-Selling 2-Wheelers October 2020

  • Topping the list are two electric scooters from TVS and Bajaj
  • Suzuki and KTM have two products each featuring in the list
  • Some have performed a bit better than in September this year
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