OEMModelApril ’21 SalesMar ’21 SalesMoM Growth
HeroHF Deluxe71,2941,44,505-51%
BajajPulsar 12535,89141,956-14%
HeroSuper Splendor31,94140,388-21%
TVSApache series29,45833,162-11%
TVSXL 10025,97744,688-42%
Royal EnfieldClassic 35023,29831,694-26%
BajajPulsar 15021,10029,556-29%
HeroPassion Pro17,74830,464-42%
BajajCT 10015,61913,89512%
Royal EnfieldBullet 350990896932%
HeroDestini 125912114,044-35%
SuzukiBurgman Street81549037-10%
TVSScooty Pep+814379143%
Majority of the 2-wheelers posted sales degrowth in April

The Hero Splendor topped the April 2021 2-Wheeler sales chart, yet again besting the the equally popular Honda Activa.

A total of 1,61,567 units of the Splendor left Hero’s showrooms this past month, as opposed to just under 1.10 lakh units of the Activa.

Honda’s Shine moved 1 place up in the April 2021 2-wheeler sales list (top 25), when compared to March 2021, with 79,416 unit sales, and the HF Deluxe (71,294 units) moved 1 place down to occupy fourth spot.

In fifth place sits the Suzuki Access 125, registering a solid 53,285 unit sales. It was among very few 2-wheelers to see month-on-month (MoM) sales growth in April 2021.

Bajaj Auto’s Pulsar 125 comes next with 35,891 units to its name, followed very closely by the Platina that found 35,467 takers.

Coming eighth is the Super Splendor, close to 32,000 units of which Hero MotoCorp managed to retail in the month of April, while the TVS Apache series (29,458 units) and XL 100 (25,977 units) rounded the top 10.

As mentioned above, only a few 2-wheelers registered positive MoM growth in April 2021 and they are – Bajaj CT 100 (12 percent), Access 125 (9 percent), TVS Scooty Pep+ (3 percent) and Royal Enfield Bullet 350 (2 percent).

All of the other 2-wheelers in the April 2021 sales chart posted negative MoM growth percentages, including top performers like the Splendor, Activa and Shine.

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The Suzuki Access did well to occupy fifth position in the top 25 sales chart