A majority of the 150cc motorcycles have seen an abrupt sales drop this month as compared to October.
In the commuter segment, 150cc motorcycles are the most attractive choice of the Indian buyers as it delivers both the aspects of being affordable and deliver a decent amount of power. As can be observed by the sales report, almost all the 150cc motorcycles have seen a huge drop in sales.
The Bajaj Pulsar has continued to be on top of the list but, as compared to the sales of October, there has been a drop of 34.30%. In the previous month, 49,930 units of the Bajaj Pulsar 150 were sold which has come down to 32,788 units this month. Second on the list is the TVS Apache which has fetched sales of 21,449 units and it has encountered a dwindle of 19%.
Downfall has been witnessed in the sales of all other motorcycles such as Yamaha FZ, Bajaj V15, Honda Unicorn 150, Suzuki Gixxer, Yamaha R15, Yamaha SZ, Hero Hunk and Hero Xtreme. The Hero Achiever is the only exception in the list which has seen growth in sales with 6194 units being sold gaining 33% of increment as compared to the previous month.
Bajaj has updated a few elements of the Pulsar 150 to make it cosmetically more pleasing and the refinement of the engine has been increased. This may lead in keeping the Pulsar 150 consistently on the top of the list.
Top Selling 150cc Bikes
– The Bajaj Pulsar 150 is leading on the sales chart but has seen a huge drop as compared to last month
– Only the Hero Achiever has fetched more sales than the previous month
– Demonetisation has done a huge impact on the sales of all vehicles