It’s 2021! Yes, 2020 has finally bid a good-bye, but not it’s memories. Hence it’s time to discover or go reverse to find how well the two-wheeler community has gained growth.
Well, the two-wheeler community got a massive rise or growth in 2020 despite the pandemic. Here is a short glimpse of the 2020 motorbike sales growth in today’s article.
As the first guest on the line, we have “The Call of the Blue- Yamaha” here with the sales growth of 33% registered by listing the sale of 39 224 two-wheelers at the end of December 2020 success report. With November being the sales growth month due to an absolute reduction in lockdown restrictions from July-December, this sales growth is higher than in 2019.
During the journey of 2020, Yamaha India focused on products like Fascino and Ray-ZR 125cc scooters. When coming to motorbikes, the FZ series and YRZ-R15 V3.0 have taken the hike in productivity.
I am not sure if you know about the brand-new FZS-FI ABS Vintage edition launched in the 1st week of December 2020 priced at INR 1, 09, 700 lakhs by Yamaha India. If not, you can get to know more at https://www.yamaha-motor-india.com/!
Although it was a tough challenge for the two-wheelers industry, the Indian motorbike community’s real hero, Hero MotoCorp, survived the market. Hero tackled it and, to the surprise, sold 4,15,099 in December 2020, giving a 5.29 percent rise compared to the previous rate in 2019 with Splendor, Deluxe, Passion, Pleasure, and Maestro. Retaining its consumer sentiment of trust, positive trend, originality, and expertise, Hero MotoCorp has promised to provide the same by continuing this success story in 2021 as well.
Some highlights include the launch of Hero XPulse 200 rally kit for rally enthusiasts, allying with Harley-Davidson, an additional INR 174 Crore investment, highest sales 806, 848 units in October 2020, online sales platform- “eSHOP,” sports, and CSR initiative. Hero partners with 1Sports for the prestigious Dakar Rally that is the latest news.
Whenever Hero MotoCorp gets listed in the top roll, Honda nails up its name and makes a presence. Next is Honda two-wheelers India that has closed its HMSI total sales by 433, 206 units that are only till November 2020, 9% higher by 396, 399 companies in November 2019.
The sales details of December 2020 aren’t out yet except making the statement of the story for recovery by increased bookings towards CB 350, and October & November being the festive seasons where Honda is the covered it up.
Among the various achievement of Honda’s two-wheeler industry, the best ones include the victory of the Shine motorbike with 90 Lakh+ customers, 20 glorious years of a legacy by Activa, 1st automobile company to use Gujarat’s Hazira-Ghogha inland waterway, and Repsol Honda editions of Hornet 2.0 & Dio unveil.
With presence and love in 70 countries, here is “The World’s Favorite Indian”- Bajaj that recently announced the registered sales units of November 2020 that is 3.85Lakhs, which is 12% greater than November 2019. The units include export & domestic purpose, where domestic sales experienced a significant drop compared to the previous year.
The motorbike categories, Dominar, pulsar, Avenger, Platina Comfortec, and CT with DTS-I, ABS, and Comfortec technology behind the design are the factors behind the success journey of Bajaj in 2020. Alongside, the price range of Bajaj Platina, CT, Avenger Street 160, and Cruise 220 BS6 had a hike. Coming to the new launch, Bajaj Platina 100 KS and Chetak rock the floor!
Two-wheelers have reserved a special place in our life as a suitable campaign, a friend, and a reliable rider. Thus, the development team behind or the motorbike community on the back-screen should be recognized as well.
Hence, today’s article is a tribute depicting the positive sales swing journey made by four two-wheeler legends in 2020! Happy 2021, and all the best in advance for your successful trip too!
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