The motorcycle sales of Bajaj Auto in the domestic market from April 2017 to February 2018 Year To Date (YTD) has witnessed a drop of 2%, with 18,15,590 units.
Last month, the Bajaj Auto sold 1,75,489 units in the domestic market, and exported 1,22,025 units. This translates into 23% domestic growth and 19% export growth when compared to the same month last year. The total motorcycle sales growth stands at 21%, with a tally of 2,97,514 units. The manufacturer’s commercial vehicle business has recorded a stellar growth at 111% in February 2018 compared to the same month last year. The sales tally stands at 60,369 units including domestic and export.
The YTD numbers of the export business has witnessed a double-digit growth at 14%. The Pune-based manufacturer sold 12,83,805 units in April-February 2018. The total YTD numbers including domestic and export of two-wheelers stand at 30,99,395 units, growing by 4%.
Last month, the brand launched the Bajaj Avenger 180 Street, replacing the Avenger 150. The new bike’s only rival in the sub-200 cc cruiser segment is the Suzuki Intruder 150. In the same month, Bajaj also launched the Racing Red colour variant of its full-faired motorcycle, the Pulsar RS 200. The company also showcased the adventure-touring version of the Pulsar NS 200 and the Police version of the Dominar 400 at the Motobike Istanbul show in Turkey.