OEMModelMar ’21 SalesMar ’20 SalesYoY Growth
Royal EnfieldClassic 35031,69424,30430%
Royal EnfieldMeteor 35010,596
Royal EnfieldBullet 35096932507287%
BajajPulsar 180 + NS 2009315741526%
BajajPulsar 220F5172467511%
Royal EnfieldBullet 350 ES4914316056%
HondaH’ness CB3504302
Royal EnfieldHimalayan28981307122%
HeroXpulse 20024852012325%
KTMDuke 2002226154944%
With the addition of the rumoured scrambler variant, the CB350 should get more sales

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 leads the 200-500cc bike sales for March 2021 by a decent margin from its stablemate, second-placed Meteor 350.

With 10,596 units added to its tally, the newest 350cc offering from Enfield is also witnessing strong sales every month.

Motorcycles occupying third and fourth positions in the March 2021 200-500cc bike sales chart are pretty close in terms of sales figures. The Bullet 350 has 9693 unit sales, while the Pulsar 180 and NS 200 duo found 9315 takers during the same period.

In fifth place sits the Bajaj Pulsar 220F, for 5172 units of the motorcycle were retailed last month, followed by the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 ES which found 4914 buyers.

Honda’s H’ness CB350’s sales once again crossed the 4000-unit mark, with the Japanese firm retailing 4302 units of the 350cc bike this past month.

Next comes the Royal Enfield Himalayan (2898 units), and the Hero Xpulse 200 (2485 units) and in last position sits the KTM Duke 200 with 2226 units to its name.

Keeping aside the mega year-on-year (YoY) growth percentage figure of the Xpulse 200, motorcycles such as the Bullet 350 (287 percent) and Himalayan (122 percent) performed well in March.

Overall, the motorcycles in the March 2021 200-500cc bike sales list managed to find 83,295 takers, with a commendable 85 percent YoY growth rate.

200-500cc Bike Sales March 2021
The Xpulse 200 is witnessing decent demand of late