The annual growth of two-wheeler exports was flat in December 2021 with a difference of only 473 units compared to December 2020
In December 2021, a total of 3,62,389 units were exported. The annual growth rate is 0.13%, compared to 3,61,916 units exported in December 2020. In the top ten of most exported two-wheelers, four have negative annual growth. Bajaj and TVS dominate the top ten list with 4 and 3 products respectively. Suzuki, Yamaha and Hero MotoCorp each have one product in the top ten.
Top 10 exports of two-wheelers December 2021 – Boxer leads
Bajaj Boxer continues to maintain its dominance in international markets, even though sales growth is negative. In December 2021, a total of 1,17,008 units were exported. Year-on-year growth is down -10.87%, compared to 1,31,284 units exported in December 2020. Boxer had a 32.29% share of exports in December 2021.
Number two is TVS Star City with exports of 59,090 units in December 2021. YoY growth is 13.50%, compared to 52,061 units exported in December 2020. Star City’s percentage share of exports in December 2021 is 16.31%.
Next on the list is Bajaj Pulsar with an export of 27,754 units in December 2021. The best-selling Bajaj bike has lost a quarter of its YoY export numbers. Exports amounted to 37,024 units in the corresponding period in 2020. Pulsar’s share of exports in December 2021 is 7.66%. In international markets, primary volume generators include Pulsar 160cc, 180cc, 200cc and 150cc. In the domestic market, a large portion of Pulsar sales include 125cc and 150cc Pulsar motorcycles.
In fourth and fifth place are Discover and CT. Discover’s exports were 14,396 units in December 2021. The annualized growth rate is 39.42%, compared to 10,326 units exported in December 2020. The share of exports was 3.97% in December 2021. Bajaj CT’s exports were 14,000 units in December 2021. YoY growth is down -5.19%, compared to 14,766 units exported in December 2020. The share of exports is 3.86%.
All things considered, the four Bajaj bikes in the top ten account for almost 48% share of exports. This share will increase if we count other Bajaj bikes in the list such as Platinum, Dominar and Avenger.
Hunk records strong growth
Ranked number nine in the list, Hero Hunk’s exports were 8,873 units in December 2021. Its annual growth rate is 230%, compared to 2,688 units exported in December 2020. This is the highest annual growth rate in the United States in percentage terms. top ten. Hunk’s share of exports will be 2.45% in December 2021.
|new||Two-wheeler export||Dec-21||Dec-20||Growth % YoY|
|39||CB Unicorn 160||965||408||136.52|
|51||CB Hornet 160R||376||1,368||-72.51|
|62||CB Unicorn 150||155||80||93.75|
|63||Aprilia SR 125||140||105||33.33|
|79||Hero Destni 125||0||354||-100.00|
|83||SR 50 MT||0||28||-100.00|
|84||Typhoon R 50||0||24||-100.00|
At number six on the list is Suzuki Gixxer with exports of 10,488 units in December 2021. Gixxer has also made impressive gains of 215.33%, compared to 3,326 units exported in December 2020. The share of exports is 2.89%. Yamaha FZ is in seventh place with exports of 10,297 units in December 2021. The annual growth rate is 22.77%, compared to 8,387 units exported in December 2020. The share of exports stands at 2.84%.
TVS Apache is in eighth place with an export of 9,253 units. Year-on-year growth is down -29.10%, compared to 13,051 units exported in December 2020. The share of exports is 2.55%. TVS Sport is number ten with an export of 6,036 units. YoY growth is largely flat with gains of just 36 units. The share in exports is 1.67%.