OEMModelMar ’21 SalesMar ’20 SalesYoY Growth
Royal Enfield650 Twins3781012-63%
KawasakiNinja 650374825%
TriumphTiger 90027
TriumphRocket 3244500%
KawasakiVulcan S171421%
KawasakiNinja 1000SX1555-73%
KawasakiVersys 6501311200%
Harley-DavidsonFat Boy122500%
HondaAfrica Twin9
We will soon see the Trident duke it out with Kawasaki’s in the segment

Performance bike sales in March 2021 saw the Royal Enfield 650 twins retain their position as segment leaders.

Kawasaki’s Z900 came second with 40 unit sales, while the Ninja 650 occupied the third position having found 37 takers this past month.

Triumph’s Tiger 900 took fourth place with 27 unit sales, while the Rocket 3 came fifth. Of the 24 units of the Rocket 3 that were sold, the R version contributed 15 units.

Up next is yet another Kawasaki, this time in the form of the Vulcan S with 17 unit sales, followed closely by the Ninja 1000SX (15 units) and Versys 650 (13 units).

The Fat Boy is the sole Harley-Davidson that features in the March 2021 performance bike sales list. It occupied ninth position with 12 unit sales and in tenth spot sits the Honda Africa Twin with 9 units to its name.

In all, the March 2021 performance bike sales stood at 572 units, which, chiefly due to the massive reduction in Royal Enfield 650 Twins’ sales in comparison with the same period the year before, was down by -49 percent year-on-year.

Performance Bike Sales March 2021
Looks like the R variant of the Rocket 3 is more popular in India