Apr 8, 2010

6 March 2010, 2 Wheeler Sales in India

March 2010 sales numbers of our 2 wheeler manufacturers..

March 2010 continues the happy growth story for most of the major 2 wheeler makers in India. Sales number of Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India (HMSI) is worth special mention here; it was just a couple of thousand less units than the number 3’rd TVS Motor. Also Yamaha has managed to sell marginally more 2 wheelers than Suzuki Motorcycles India in March 2010.

Posted below are the March 2010, two wheeler sales numbers.

[The March 2010 sales figures of Royal Enfield could not be collected..]

March 2010 2 Wheeler Sales, India

Hero Honda had sold 414,638 units of two-wheelers in March 2010 (Up by 17% over last year)

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Hero HondaThe country's largest two-wheeler maker, Hero Honda, today reported 17.35 per cent rise in sales at 414,638 units last month, the best-ever figure reported by the company for the month of March.

The company had sold 353,342 units during March last year, Hero Honda Motors Ltd (HHML) said in a statement.

HHML registered a cumulative sales of 4,600,130 units during 2009-10, against 3,722,000 units in the previous fiscal, up 23.59 per cent, it added.





Bajaj Auto had sold 244,828 units of two-wheelers in March 2010 (Up by 85% over last year)

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Bajaj Auto Ltd.NEW DELHI: The country's second largest two- wheeler maker Bajaj Auto today reported 85.12 percent jump in its motorcycle sales at 244,828 units in March. The company had sold 132,253 units in March last year, Bajaj Auto Ltd (BAL) said in a statement.

During the entire 2009-10 financial year, the company sold 2,506,749 units in the motorcycle segment, a jump of 31.39 percent over 1,907,853 units in the year-ago period, it added.

BAL attributed the growth to robust sales of Pulsar and Discover range of bikes.

In March, total two-wheeler sales jumped by 84.57 percent to 244,889 units compared to 132,683 units in the same period a year ago, the statement said.





TVS Motor has sold 146,736 units of two-wheelers in March 2010 (Up by 24% over last year)

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TVS Motors Completing the year on the continuous growth path, TVS Motor Company has posted a growth of 24 % in March 2010. Significant contributions across all segments has resulted in total two wheeler sales of 146,736 units when compared to 118,000 units in the same month of the previous financial year. Cumulative growth for the period April 2009 to March 2010 stood at 15%, with 1,521,912 units against 1,325,754 units in the comparable period of the previous year.

Domestic sales grew 25 % registering sales of 126,669 units in March 2010 when compared to 101,660 units recorded in March 2009.

Propelling the spurt in sales was the scooter segment, which contributed 50% growth in its segment. Scooters witnessed sizeable growth recording 28,504 units in sales in March 2010 as against 19,054 units in March 2009. Motorcycle registered a growth of 7 % in March 2010 with sales of 64,120 units in March 2010 when compared to 59,796 units in the same month of the previous year.

Exports, maintained its upward course posting double digit growth of 23 % during the month of March 2010 registering sales of 20,067 units against 16,340 units in March 2009.




Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India has sold 144,288 units of two-wheelers in March 2010 (Up 76% over last year)

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Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India Two-wheeler manufacturer Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India on Thursday reported 76.25 per cent jump in its sales at 144,288 units in March.
The company’s total sales stood at 81,865 units in the same month last year, HMSI said in a statement.
Motorcycle sales jumped 63.25 per cent to 65,888 units in March, against 40,360 units in the corresponding period a year ago, it added.
The company reported a robust growth of 88.89 per cent in scooter sales at 78,400 units in the said month, compared with 41,505 units in the year-ago period




Yamaha India has sold 27,460 units of two-wheelers in March 2010 (Up by 44% over last year)

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Yamaha IndiaTwo-wheeler maker India Yamaha Motor today reported a 27.30 per cent growth in its sales in March at 27,460 units, boosted by good performance in the premium bike segment.
The company had sold 21,571 units during the same month of last year, India Yamaha Motor said in a statement.
It also reported a jump of 44.38 per cent in its annual sales during the 2009-10 fiscal at 290,211 units as compared to 01,009 units during the previous fiscal.
During March, the two-wheeler maker sold 17,892 units in the domestic market as against 14,575 units in the same month of last fiscal, a rise of 22.76 per cent.
Exports during the month jumped by 36.76 per cent to 9,568 units compared to 6,996 units in March 2009, it said.







Suzuki Motorcycle India has sold 21,752 units of two-wheelers in March 2010 (Up by 76% over last year)

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Suzuki Motorcycle IndiaTwo-wheeler maker Suzuki Motorcycle India reported a jump of 76.13 per cent in its sales in March at 21,752 units, on the back of good response to its new products.

The company had sold 12,350 units during March 2009, Suzuki Motorcycle India said in a statement.



















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6 Comments:

Sajal said...

Bajaj doing 85%!! Seems like the smallest Pulsar is working as Harry Porter for the company ;)

Payeng said...

Yep Sajal, the brand focus of "Pulsar" and "Discover" seemed to have definitely helped.. but the growth number looks good because of the low base (sales) of last year.

chunky said...

Hero Honda, Bajaj, and Honda put the comma at the wrong place, they make it like they sell millions! Only TVS done it right.

Payeng said...

@chunky,

The sales numbers are sometimes quoted by our mmanufacturers and the publications in "lakhs" and "10 lakhs" and sometimes in "hundred thousands" and "millions".

Since stating in millions have become kind of fashion in India too.. therefore from now on I'll state the numbers in "hundred thousands" and "millions".

The previously posted figures will be formatted in the same way

Thanks for pointing it out.

chunky said...

Hero Honda, Bajaj, and Honda put the comma at the wrong place, they make it like they sell millions! Only TVS done it right.

Sajal said...

Bajaj doing 85%!! Seems like the smallest Pulsar is working as Harry Porter for the company ;)

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