Honda Activa sales continue to plummet – A segment of buyers are likely to move towards electric scooters
With the top 10 best-selling scooters in India, sales last month were 2,28,045 units. This was a de-growth of 24.44 percent from 3,01,820 units sold in December 2020. Even as demand for gasoline-powered scooter sales declined, the electric scooter market has seen continuous positive growth in recent months. gone through.
Top 10 Scooters December 2021 – Assets Leads
India’s favorite scooter, Honda Activa, topped the sales charts for the month of December. 1,04,417 units were sold last month, down 22.64 percent from 1,34,977 units sold in December 2020. The Assets, with a 45.79 percent share of its segment, was the only scooter on this list that surpassed 1. lakh unit mark, while every other model saw no sales above 40,000 units.
At No. 2 was the TVS Jupiter scooter. Sales were stable year on year at 8,142 units, down 0.76 percent from 38,435 units sold in December 2020. TVS Jupiter is priced from Rs. 68.401-78595 and is offered in 5 variants and 13 color options and is the most popular two-wheeler in the TVS range.
The Suzuki Access 125 suffered a 36.85 percent drop in sales last month. Sales which stood at 40,154 units in December 2020, fell to 25,358 units last month. Last month, the company introduced new colors for its 125cc scooter range, Suzuki Access 125 and Suzuki Burgman Street. Suzuki also launched a new Avenis 125 scooter to rival NTORQ.
TVS Ntorq, Hero Pleasure
Number 4 was the TVS Ntorq with sales of 16,859 units, down 34.38 percent from 25,692 units sold in December 2020. Hero Pleasure also recorded a 51.78 percent year-over-year de-growth with 9,205 units sold. in December 2021, down from 19,090 units sold in the same month of the previous year.
While the Pleasure scooter has been on sale for many years, the company has kept its demand fresh with regular updates on color schemes and new features. Honda Dio ranked No. 6 with 8,637 units sold, down 60.79 percent from 22,025 units sold in December 2020.
Yamaha scooter sale December 2021
Yamaha India’s best-selling scooter was the Fascino. It managed to sell 8,455 units in December 2021, up from 6,180 units sold in December 2020, an increase of 37%. Ray ZR sales declined 33.48 percent year-on-year to 8,781 units, from 8,690 units sold in December 2020.
|Top 10 scooters||Dec-21||Dec-20||Growth % YoY|
|1. Honda Assets||1.04.417||1.34.977||-22.64|
|2. TVS Jupiter||38.142||38,435||-0.76|
|3. Suzuki Entry||25,358||40.154||-36.85|
|4. TVS Ntorq||16,859||25,692||-34.38|
|5. Hero Fun||9,205||19,090||-51.78|
|6. Honda Dioc||8,637||22.025||-60.79|
|7. Yamaha Fascino||8.455||6.180||36.81|
|8. Yamaha RayZR||5.781||8,690||-33.48|
|9. Suzuki Burgman||5.766||2.666||116.28|
|10. Hero Maestro||5.425||3.911||38.71|
Suzuki Burgman Street and Hero Maestro completed this list of best-selling scooters in the top 10 last month and both showed significant growth in demand. Burgman Street sales rose 116.28 percent to 5,766 units from 2,666 units sold in December 2020, while Maestro sales increased 38.71 percent to 5,425 units from 3,911 units year-over-year.