OEMModelJuly ’21 SalesJuly ’20 SalesYoY Growth
TVSApache series27,22833,664-19%
BajajPulsar 15021,53530,582-30%
BajajAvenger Street 16018663034-38%
Looks like the Pulsar 125 is eating too much into the 150 model’s sales

In July 2021, 150cc bike sales reduced by 8 percent against the same period a year before

The TVS Apache series topped the 150cc bike sales chart in July 2021, just like it did a month ago. In all, 27,228 units of the popular range were sold to customers last month.

But, given the fact the sales figure includes Apache models with higher capacity, it is actually the bike which came second that leads the segment.

And that motorcycle was the Honda Unicorn, for it registered sales of 21,735 units this past month, growing by 8 percent year-on-year (YoY).

Next up is the Pulsar 150 from Bajaj that found 21,535 new homes in July, followed by the FZ, 18,066 units of which Yamaha retailed last month.

The fifth and sixth positions in the July 2021 150cc bike sales chart were occupied by the Yamaha R15 and MT-15. While the entry-level supersport model registered sales of 7280 units, its naked sibling had 5316 unit sales.

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Suzuki shifted 2937 units of its 150cc Gixxer models in July, while during the same time, Hero sold 2302 units of its Xtreme range of motorbikes.

Ninth-placed Bajaj Avenger Street 160 registered sales of 1866 units last month, and during the same period, Honda sold 958 units of its X-Blade.

Overall, the motorcycles in the list cumulatively registered sales of 1,09,223 units, which is down by 8 percent when compared with their sales figure recorded during same period in 2020.