The Indian auto world market sold a total of 995097 units of two-wheelers in the month of April 2021. Dur to the pandemic time going around the nation, in terms of MoM growth, the numbers were drastically down as around 15 lakh units of two-wheelers were sold in March 2021.
The nation suffered resurgence of coronavirus in second wave which was one of the key factors why the industry at large showed negative growth last month. Hero MotoCorp continues to lead the way ahead of other manufactures. The company maintained positions with these models including - Honda, TVS, Bajaj, and Suzuki Motorcycle India. While, Hero Splendor managed to finish on the tally of 193508 units last month. Looking at the MoM performance, the sales were down by 30.9% as the company sold 280090 units in March 2021. However, the second spot was taken by the Honda Shine at 79,416 units, while the third position was taken by Hero HF Deluxe at 71,294 units. At the fourth and fifth spots sit Bajaj Auto's Pulsar and Platina bikes, respectively. TVS Motor Company's Apache registered only 29458 unit sales in April 2021 and took the sixth spot and Hero Glamour at the seventh.
The most popular motorbike, Royal Enfield offering Classic 350 took the eighth spot at 23298 units, while the ninth and tenth spots were taken by Hero Passion and Honda Unicorn.