OEMModelApr ’21 SalesMar ’21 SalesMoM Growth
Royal Enfield650 Twins1293378242%
TriumphTrident 6605010400%
TriumphStreet Twin340
Honda650 Twins27
TriumphRocket 3250
SuzukiV-Strom 650XT210
KawasakiNinja 6501937-49%
KawasakiVersys 6501313
No beating the Enfield 650cc motorcycles yet

April 2021 performance bike sales saw the Royal Enfield 650 twins occupying the top spot yet again and with a larger margin than in March.

In all, 1293 units of the 650cc flagship motorcycles from the middleweight segment leader got sold last month, with a 242 percent month-on-month (MoM) growth.

The Kawasaki Z900 came second once more, registering sales of 75 units and a very solid 88 percent MoM sales growth.

Litre-class supersport, the Kawasaki ZX-10R took the third position in the April 2021 performance bike sales list with 52 unit sales.

It was followed closely by the Trident 660 from Triumph Motorcycles, the middleweight roadster having registered sales of 50 units in April.

Then comes the Street Twin from the British bike manufacturer with 34 unit sales, while Honda’s CB650R and CBR650R clocked 27 units combined.

Another Triumph bike, the mad Rocket 3, sits in seventh position in the performance bike sales list with 25 units to its name, followed by the Suzuki V-Strom 650XT that found 21 takers.

Kawasaki’s Ninja 650 and Versys 650 rounded up the top 10 April 2021 performance bike sales chart with 19 and 13 units, respectively.

In all, the 10 motorcycles featured in the list collectively registered sales of 1609 units, which is a 237 percent MoM increase in sales.

Performance Bike Sales April 2021
Triumph sold 50 units of the Trident 600 in the month of April 2021