OEMModelDec ’20 SalesDec ’19 SalesYoY Growth
Royal EnfieldClassic 35039,32129,12135%
Royal EnfieldBullet 35010,48012,467-16%
Royal EnfieldMeteor 3508569
BajajPulsar 180 + NS 2008279522359%
Royal EnfieldBullet 350 ES4878362834%
BajajPulsar 220F4498384817%
KTMDuke 2001902158220%
HondaH’ness CB3501564
HeroXpulse 2001018
Royal EnfieldHimalayan941223322%
Half of the models in the list are from Royal Enfield

Royal Enfield’s Classic 350 leads the 200-500cc bike sales in December 2020, with a mammoth lead over its competition, including those from the manufacturer’s own stable.

The motorcycle which will soon be replaced fetched 39,321 unit sales in December 2020, followed by the Bullet 350 in a distant second with 10,480 units to its name.

Looks like the Meteor 350 is going from strength to strength as it occupied third place in the top 10 200-500cc bike sales December 2020 chart, having been chosen by 8569 individuals.

Up next come the Pulsar 180 and NS 200 duo which managed to find 8279 buyers, followed by the Bullet 350 ES, 4878 units of which were sold in December 2020.

Sixth spot in the sales list was taken by the Pulsar 220F (4498 units) which is still going strong. Then comes the Duke 200 which added 1902 units more to its tally.

The final 2 positions in the list were taken by the Hero Xpulse 200 (1018 units) and yet another Royal Enfield, here in the form of the Himalayan which was ridden home by 941 people.

There are several models in the top 10 list that recorded very strong year-over-year (YoY) growth. Barring the very high figure of the Yamaha FZ25 which saw a 1404 percent growth, motorcycles like the Himalayan (322 percent), Pulsar 180 and NS 200 duo (59 percent) did well too.

Overall, cumulative sales of the models in the list stood at 81,450 units, which was a solid 45 percent YoY growth.

200-500cc Bike Sales December 2020
The KTM Duke 200 saw its sales rise by 20 percent in December 2020