The year-on-year sales figures of the two-wheeler manufacturers for the month of September 2015 have been announced. Most two-wheeler makers have reported their sales performance, and we have compiled a consolidated report including as many manufactures as possible. Here is how the how various two-wheeler manufacturers fared in the month of September in terms of sales performance:
Hero MotoCorp has once again crossed 6-lakh two-wheeler sales in a month as the company sold 606,744 two-wheelers in September 2015 against 604,052 units in the corresponding period last year, a jump of about half a percent. Hero MotoCorp has consolidated its share in the domestic motorcycle market to 52% and in the 125cc segment to close to 50%.
India Yamaha Motor announced a growth of 13% in domestic sales in September 2015 as compared to the corresponding period last year. The company sold 67,267 units in September 2015 as against 59,325 units sold in September last year in the domestic market thereby registering a domestic sales growth of 13%. Exports for September 2015 recorded 15,612 units which is 29% more than 12,076 units logged in September 2014.
Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India announced its year on year sales performance for the month of September 2015. The Indian arm of the Japanese two-wheeler maker sold 430,732 units in the month of September 2015 against 438,479 units in the corresponding period last year, a fall of about 2 percent. The motorcycle business caused the downfall. However, scooter and exports business helped the manufacturer reduce the fall by a good margin.
Mahindra Two Wheelers announced its sales numbers for the month of September 2015, which stood at 19,069 units. The company’s exports for September 2015 were 1,895 units registering a growth of 100% over September 2014, while domestic sales during September 2015 were 17,174 units.
Royal Enfield continued 2015 with a strong performance and posted sales of 44,491 units in combined domestic wholesale and exports in September 2015, recording a growth of 59% over same period last year.
Total sales of TVS Motor Company for the month of September 2015 stood at 232,775 units against 236,751 units recorded in the month of September 2014. The company lost sales of 20,000 vehicles owing to non-availability of trucks due to transporters’ strike. The company’s total exports grew by 33% to 41,435 units in September 2015 from 31,229 units in September 2014. Total two wheeler sales stood at 221,002 units in September 2015 compared to 227,589 units sold in September 2014. Domestic two wheeler sales in September 2015 stood at 190,094 units against 203,755 units in September 2014.
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