OEMModelJuly ’21 SalesJuly ’20 SalesYoY Growth
SuzukiAccess 12546,98523,171103%
SuzukiBurgman Street10,104547385%
YamahaFascino 125952511,584-18%
HeroDestini 125807013,184-39%
YamahaRay ZR 125705312,032-41%
Honda should launch an electric version of the Activa to sustain the model’s sales in the future

Scooter sales improved by 14 percent in July 2021 over the same period last year

Sales of Honda’s popular scooter, the Activa, improved very well in July 2021, for the scooter registered sales of 1,62,956 units.

Suzuki’s Access 125 came second with close to 47,000 unit sales, followed by the TVS Jupiter, 38,209 units of which were sold this past month.

TVS also shifted 23,983 units of the NTorq from its showrooms during the same period, and it was followed by the Honda Dio which recorded sales of 20,604 units in July.

The Pleasure+ from Hero MotoCorp was ridden home by 17,713 individuals last month, and at the same time the Suzuki Burgman Street found 10,104 new homes.

Yamaha’s Fascino 125 (9525 units) came eighth in the July 2021 scooter sales chart, and the country’s largest 2-wheeler maker sold 8070 units of the Destini 125. In final place sat the Yamaha Ray ZR 125 with 7053 unit sales.

July 2021 Scooter Sales
Soon, the Simple Energy One and Ola S1 would feature in the list too

Overall, these scooters recorded sales of 3.45 lakh units combined, which is a 14 percent increase over the same period a year before.

What about electric scooters, you ask? Well, Hero Electric sold 4218 units of its e-scooters, followed by Okinawa with 2580 unit sales.

Ather retailed 1799 units of its 450 Plus and 450X combined, while the Bajaj Chetak found 730 new homes and the TVS iQube came last with 540 unit sales.