The 10 best-selling motorcycles in January 2022 see a decline in total sales
Sales have remained fraught with difficulties in recent months. The overall top 10 motorcycle sales fell to 6,18,607 units, from 7,23,978 units. The volume loss amounted to 1,05,371 units. The decrease in turnover amounted to 14.55 percent. Despite the decline, there is no doubt that the motorcycle market in India is raking in huge numbers even in months of low sales.
Hero MotoCorp and Honda both have three motorcycles in the top 10 and Bajaj has two. TVS and Royal Enfield each have one name in the top 10 list. The bottom 5 of the top order account for about 17 percent of sales. Out of the list, only 3 motorcycles were sold at a growth rate, while the majority experienced a decline.
Top 10 Motorcycles January 2022 – Splendor Leads
As usual, Hero Splendor sales are at the top of the list. Sales fell to 2,08,263 units from 2,25,382 units. The volume loss was just over 17,000 units on a 7.60 percent decline in sales.
Of the top order, Splendor accounts for a third of the market share. Honda CB Shine sales fell to 1,05,159 units from 1,16,222 units. The volume loss was just over 11,000 units. Decline is reported at less than 10 percent.
Sales of Hero HF Deluxe were significant at more than a third. Sales fell to approximately 86,000 units from 1,34,860 units. The volume loss was almost 49k units. The decrease in turnover amounted to 36.29 percent.
Sales of the Bajaj Pulsar series amounted to 66,839 units. Sale from 97,580 pieces. The volume loss was just under 31k units. The decrease in turnover amounted to 31.50 percent. Bajaj Platinum’s sales were in the green. Sales rose to 46,492 units, up from 27,131 units. Volume profit came in at 19,361 units with growth of 71.36 percent.
Classic 350 In Top 10
Sales of Royal Enfield Classic 350 fell to 26,775 units from 40,872 units. The volume loss was just over 14k units. Turnover fell by more than a third. Sales of the TVS Apache series fell to 25,925 units from 28,456 units. Volume loss was 2,531 units, down 8.89 percent.
|Top 10 Motorcycles||Jan-22||Jan-21||†|
|1. Heroic Splendor||2.08.263||2,25,382||-7,60|
|2. Honda CB Shine||1,05,159||1,16,222||-9.52|
|3. Hero HF Deluxe||85.926||1.34.860||-36.29|
|4. Bajaj Pulsar||66,839||97.580||-31.50|
|5. Bajaj Platinum||46,492||27,131||71.36|
|6. Royal Enfield Classic 350||26,775||40,872||-34.49|
|7. TVS Apache||25.925||28,456||-8.89|
|8. Hero Glamor||24,473||22,681||7.90|
|9. Yamaha FZ||15,734||21,496||-26.80|
|10. Honda Dream||13,021||9,298||40.04|
Hero sales get another boost from the Glamor motorcycle. Sales amounted to 24,473 units compared to 22,681 units. Volume profit came in at 1,792 units with growth of 7.9 percent. Yamaha FZ sales fell by more than a quarter. Sales were down 15,734 units from 21,496 units. Volume loss was 5,762 units, down 26.80 percent. Honda Dream sales are reported at approximately 13k units, up from 9.3k units. The volume gain amounted to 3,723 units. Sales growth was 40 percent. Dream’s market share in the top order is reported at 2.10 percent.