OEMModelApr ’21 SalesMar ’21 SalesMoM Growth
Royal EnfieldClassic 35023,29831,694-26%
Royal EnfieldBullet 350990896932%
Royal EnfieldMeteor 350784410,596-26%
BajajPulsar 180 + NS20056819315-39%
BajajPulsar 220F39145172-24%
Royal EnfieldBullet 350 ES36314914-26%
Royal EnfieldHimalayan28152898-3%
JawaClassic + 42 + Perak20362505-19%
The month-on-month comparison has been made since there were no bike sales in April 2020

The April 2021 200-500cc bike sales list shows the domination of Royal Enfield products which continued unabated.

Yet again, it was the Classic 350 from Royal Enfield which took top spot with 23,298 unit sales, outclassing its competition by a strong margin.

The Bullet 350 came next, registering sales of just under 10,000 units in April, followed by the Meteor 350, 7844 units of which Royal Enfield retailed during the same time.

Fourth place in the April 2021 200-500cc bike sales list was occupied by the Bajaj duo of Pulsar 180 and NS200, with combined sales of 5681 units.

Another Bajaj, the 220F, followed the bikes, having found 3914 takers, while the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 ES (3631 units) was not far off either.

Honda’s CB350 registered sales of 2969 units in April 2021, as opposed to 4302 units in March, while Enfield’s Himalayan, that comes next, had 2815 unit sales.

Hero’s Xpulse, with 2045 unit sales and Jawa (2036 units) rounded up the (top 10) 200-500cc bike sales in the month of April 2021.

In all, the motorcycles in the list registered collective sales of 64,141 unit sales, which is a 23 percent month-on-month degrowth.

200-500cc Bike Sales April 2021
The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 has been fetching strong sales every month