Mar 25, 2010

5 February 2010, 2 Wheeler Sales in India

February 2010 sales numbers of our 2 wheeler makers..

February 2010 has been another happy month for almost all the major 2 wheeler makers in India. Almost all of them have registering positive growth compared to last year's sales numbers. Also for the last one year, Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India (HMSI) seems to be slowly inching for the 3'rd position, which TVS Motor has held for quite sometime now. Posted below are the February 2010, two wheeler sales numbers.

[The Feb 2010 sales figures of Suzuki Motorcycles India and Royal Enfield could not be collected though..]

Feb 2010 2 Wheeler Sales, India

Hero Honda had sold 382,000 (approx.) units of two-wheelers in February 2010

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Hero HondaHero Honda reported a 16 per cent increase in sales at over 3.82-lakh units in February 2010.







Bajaj Auto had sold 234,623 units of two-wheelers in February 2010

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Bajaj Auto Ltd.The country's second largest two-wheeler maker Bajaj Auto today reported 78.03 per cent jump in motorcycle sales at 234,623 units in February.

The company had sold 131,785 units in February last year, Bajaj Auto Ltd (BAL) said in a statement. BAL attributed growth to robust sales of its Pulsar and Discover range of bikes, it added.





TVS Motor has sold 140,544 units of two-wheelers in February 2010

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TVS MotorsWith significant contributions across all segments, TVS Motor Company has posted 31% growth registering total two wheeler sales of 140,544 units in the month of February 2010 against 107,301 units in the same month of the previous financial year. Cumulative growth for the period April 2009 to February 2010 stood at 1,375,176 units against 1,207,754 units in the comparable period of the previous year, a growth of 14%.The company's three wheeler sales also posted sizeable growth over February 2009, generating highest ever sales.

Domestic sales posted growth of 34% registering 121,403 units in February 2010 in comparison with 90,718 units in the February 2009.

The company's motorcycle registered a buoyant growth of 28% in February 2010 with sales of 63,394 units in February 2010 when compared to 49,659 units in the same month of the previous year. During the month, scooters witnessed substantial growth of 38% registering sales of 27,017 units when compared to 19,532 units in February 2009.

Exports continued to show an upward trend posting 15% during the month of February with sales of 19,141 units against 16,583 units in February 2009.





Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India has sold 122,000 units (approx.) of two-wheelers in February 2010

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Honda Motorcycles and Scooters IndiaHonda Motorcycle & Scooter reported a 22 per cent growth in sales at over 1.22-lakh units.








Yamaha India has sold 25,766 units of two-wheelers in February 2010

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Yamaha IndiaTwo-wheeler maker India Yamaha Motor today reported 48.02 per cent increase in total sales in February at 25,766 units.

The company had sold 17,407 units in the same month last year, India Yamaha Motor said in a statement. The domestic sales rose by 17.80 per cent to 16,313 units in February 2010 from 13,848 units in the same month last year, it added.

During last month, the company exported 9,453 units as against 3,559 units in the year-ago period, a jump of over two-fold.














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5 Comments:

GAGAN said...

how is Yamaha happy with that?

Payeng said...

I bet they (Yamaha) would like much more sales.. but then a positive growth would be always encouraging.

Sajal said...

Where did Suzuki go in all this?? :o

Well it's funny to see the Japs loosing out to the Indian Titans!! The sales figures for HH is mainly based on the 100cc, the aam aadmi platform which no other player can even think of touching those figures. So, the battel gets concentrated to the performance sector and I think here's where Bajaj is making a dent on the figures of each and every player including HH.

Seeing Yamaha at the bottom footsep of the ladder is no surprise. Consider a Yamaha Fazer @ 75k against Pulsar 220 DTSi (both F and S) @ 75k and the reasons are become very obvious!! Even a Ninja 250R @ 3lakhs is much much more VFM in comparison to Yamaha R15

Anonymous said...

can u update march 2010 sales of 2wheeler

Sajal said...

Where did Suzuki go in all this?? :o

Well it's funny to see the Japs loosing out to the Indian Titans!! The sales figures for HH is mainly based on the 100cc, the aam aadmi platform which no other player can even think of touching those figures. So, the battel gets concentrated to the performance sector and I think here's where Bajaj is making a dent on the figures of each and every player including HH.

Seeing Yamaha at the bottom footsep of the ladder is no surprise. Consider a Yamaha Fazer @ 75k against Pulsar 220 DTSi (both F and S) @ 75k and the reasons are become very obvious!! Even a Ninja 250R @ 3lakhs is much much more VFM in comparison to Yamaha R15

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