In the present scenario there are a lot of two-wheeler manufacturer companies in the Indian auto-mobile market, that is known for its services and productivity. It is really difficult to know that which brands are on the board of top two wheelers in respect of sales in a financial year. Mostly, as we see, the buyers gave the preference to the popular brand’s first. Here is the list of some brands like Hero MotoCorp, Honda, Bajaj Auto, Yamaha, TVS, and Royal Enfield, which are continue to produce beautiful motorcycles and scooters whether they can be from classics, standard, sports, touring and from other zones and as per the installments of the new technology, modern style, high safety features and other than offering fuel economical vehicles, these brands are best sellers in the country.

Top Motorcycle Brands As Per The Sales Report in India

Let’s take a look on their growth rate according to brand name with the comparison of previous financial year sales units and the current one.

Ranking Brand Name Overall sales
1 Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India 77.00%
2 Suzuki 53.00%
3 Hero Motocorp 43.00%
4 TVS Motors 35.00%
5 Royal Enfield 16.00%
6 Bajaj Auto 06.00%

1. Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India, has closed the calendar year 2017 with an achievement of surpassing 5 million units sales for the first time. Besides, the brand’s sales also witnessed hike almost in every sector including domestic, exports, motorcycles and scooters. This December 17 had been a volume generator month for the company as compared to other months during the year in YOY sales. In the domestic market, Honda saw the strong sales growth of 77 percent with the disposed of 3,63,226 units. While the motorcycles sales grew by 133% with 1,24,408 units and scooter sales by 57% with 2,38,818 units sales.

Honda Activa 4G

Honda Activa 4G

2. Suzuki Motorcycle

Leading two-wheeler manufacturer, Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited of 53.48 percent in total sales in December 2017. The company sold about 39,786 units in December 2017, out of the 32,786 units were sold in the domestic market as compared to dispatch 21,362 units in the corresponding month last year. While the exports figures for the Japanese auto-maker’s Indian subsidiary are 7,000 units for last month as opposed to 5,133 units for December 2016. In the duration of April to December 2017, Suzuki sold over 4, 20,736 units, with an increment of 39.31 percent, as against 3, 02,008 units in the previous year in similar duration.

Suzuki Gixxer Red

Suzuki Gixxer Red

Suzuki Motorcycles India targeted 5 lakh units for FY 2017 and the company continued working upon to launch new Suzuki Motorcycles in India. The Suzuki recently launched cruiser bike ‘Intruder 150’ priced at Rs 98, 340 (ex-showroom Delhi).

3. Hero MotoCorp

The largest two-wheeler manufacturing firm, Hero MotoCorp  has reported total sales of 472,731 units in December 2017 as compared to 330,202 units in the similar month in the previous year, indexing a rise of 43 percent. In total sales in a calendar year, the company has attained the landmark of crossing seven million units.

Hero iSmart 110

Hero iSmart 110

The sales of Hero MotorCorp driven by selling popular motorcycles including, Glamour, Passion and HF Deluxe motorcycles, Splendor and two-wheeler scooters including Duet, Maestro Edge, and Pleasure scooters.

4. TVS Motors

TVS Motor company is the third Largest Motorcycle Manufacturer sold about 256,909 units in December 2017,  an increment of 39 percent as against 184,944 units sold in the same month in previous year. In the previous month, domestic sales of two-wheeler were increased from 153,456 units in December 2016 to  207,778 units in last month with a jump of 35.4 per cent.

TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

The sales of the two-wheeler motorcycles raised from 58,211 motorcycles to 95,281 motorcycles in December 2016 with an increase of 63.7 percent. On the other hand, the company also reported a sales growth of two- wheeler scooters by 50.5 per cent. A total of 83,640 scooters were sold in December 2017 as compared to 55,557 scooters in the previous year in the same month.

5. Royal Enfield

The Chennai-based cruiser motorbike manufacturing firm Royal Enfield is being successful in continuing positive sale in the month of December 2017. The company has disposed of   66,968 units in the past month as compared to 57,398 units in December 2016, which shows a rise of 16 percent in overall sales. Moreover, it also has exported a total number of 1,601 units in December 2017, While the domestic market sales in Dec 2017 was 65,367  units with a growth of 16 percent. The robust sales of Royal Enfield driven by selling popular brands including Thunderbird, Continental GT, Classic 350, and Himalayan.

Royal Enfield Classic 350

Royal Enfield Classic 350

The inclusion of several factors like a new platform, technologies and safety features in the rolled out products at reasonable prices, is the major reason behind the growth of Royal Enfield. Once again, 350cc segment became the most sales generator for the manufacturer. Followed by Bullet 350 and the Thunderbird 350, the Classic 350 is still hung on to the top position in sales. Aiming to become a leader in middleweight segment at the global scale, Royal Enfield is preparing to launch a new parallel-twin platform later this year, to lock horns with the Harley-Davidson and Triumph.

6. Bajaj Auto

Bajaj Auto a renowned motorcycle manufacturer has reported a growth of 13 percent in total sales. The sales of motorcycles increased from 228,762 units in December 2017 to 203,312 units in the similar month in previous year. The sales of motorcycles in the domestic market were 112,930 units in December 2017 as compared to 106,665 units in the same month in last year.

Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS

Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS

Since the announcement of demonetization, It is the first time when the Bajaj’s export numbers help in raising curve of the overall sales. It is fact that this year has been a bleak year for the automaker while we expect the graph keep climbing in the coming months of the festive season. As the bike maker would roll out offers and special schemes to allure audience during that time.

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