|OEM||Model||July ’21 Sales||July ’20 Sales||YoY Growth|
|Royal Enfield||Classic 350||16,890||25,534||-34%|
|Royal Enfield||Bullet 350||10,082||10,854||-7%|
|Royal Enfield||Meteor 350||8777||–||–|
|Bajaj||Pulsar 180 + NS200||5408||8187||-34%|
|Jawa||Classic + Perak + 42||2541||592||329%|
Although not by a lot, 200-500cc bike sales did improve in July 2021
Perched firmly on top of the July 2021 200-500cc bike sales chart is the Classic 350 from Royal Enfield. The motorcycle which will soon be replaced by a new generation model found 16,890 takers last month.
Two more motorcycles from Enfield, the Bullet 350 and Meteor 350, followed suit with sales of 10,082 units and 8777 units, respectively.
Bajaj Auto’s Pulsar 180 and NS200 registered combined sales of 5408 units to occupy fourth position in the July 2021 200-500cc bike sales chart, followed by the Pulsar 220F with 3484 unit sales.
Another Royal Enfield, this time the Himalayan, also features in the list. The adventure motorcycle came sixth, for it found 2730 new homes this past month.
During the same period, Classic Legends sold 2541 units of its Jawa range of bikes, while Honda retailed 2285 units of its CB350 models.
KTM’s Duke 200 was picked up by 2019 new owners in the month of July and finally, Hero managed to shift 1402 units of the Xpulse range from its showroom floors last month.
Sadly, half of the bikes featured in the top 10 chart recorded negative year-on-year (YoY) sales growth. In total, the motorcycles collectively found 55,618 new homes, and saw their sales improve by 5 percent YoY.