HomeBike News350cc Motorcycle Sales Jul 2021 - Classic, Meteor, Bullet, Electra, CB350

350cc Motorcycle Sales Jul 2021 – Classic, Meteor, Bullet, Electra, CB350

Royal Enfield Classic 350
Royal Enfield Classic 350

While Classic 350 is comfortably ahead in domestic market, Meteor 350 leads in exports

A total of 39,034 units were sold in domestic market in July 2021. MoM growth is at 7.08%, as compared to 36,454 units sold in June 2021. Even single-digit growth is commendable, as the auto industry is just starting to recover from second wave of pandemic. Moreover, uncertainties still exist. In overseas markets, a total of 2,648 units were exported in July. MoM numbers are down by -10.99%, as compared to 2,975 units exported in June.

350cc motorcycles domestic sales

With market share of more than 94%, Royal Enfield continues to maintain its dominance in 350cc motorcycle segment. Leading the pack is Classic 350 with sales of 16,890 units in July. MoM sales are down by -2.80%, as compared to 17,377 units sold in June. Classic 350 commanded a market share of 43.27% in July.

Recent dip in sales of Classic 350 is likely due to the scheduled arrival of next-gen Classic 350. It has been planned for launch on August 31. Next-gen Classic 350 packs in a range of enhancements including visual updates, all new J platform, and the new engine that currently does duty on Meteor. Vibrations are expected to be reduced significantly with all-new Classic 350. The updated bike also gets Tripper navigation.

At number two is Meteor 350 with sales of 9,777 units in July. The bike has registered 11.48% jump in MoM sales, as compared to 8,770 units sold in June. Market share is at 25.05%. Since its launch in November last year, Meteor 350 has consistently ranked the second bestseller in this space.

350cc Motorcycle Sales, Exports - July 2021
350cc Motorcycle Sales, Exports – July 2021

Bullet 350 takes the third spot with sales of 7,133 units in July. MoM sales have zoomed 34.15%, as compared to 5,317 units sold in June. Market share is at 18.27%. Bullet 350 will also be getting its next-gen version. However, an exact timeline for the launch has not been announced.

Electra 350 is at fourth place with sales of 2,949 units in July. MoM sales are down -5.99%, as compared to 3,137 units sold in June. Market share is at 7.55%. At number five is Honda H’ness CB350 with sales of 2,285 units in July. MoM sales are up by 23.31%, as compared to 1,853 units sold in June. Market share is at 5.85%.

350cc motorcycles exports

Meteor 350 leads in exports with 1,737 units sent overseas in July. MoM growth is down by -26.80%, as compared to 2,373 units exported in June. Share in exports is at 65.60%. CB350 is second with exports of 841 units in July. MoM growth has more than doubled, as compared to 318 units exported in June. Share in exports is at 31.76%.

Classic 350 exports are at 65 units in July. MoM numbers are down -75.84%, as compared to 269 units exported in June. Percentage share in exports is at 2.45%. Bullet and Electra exports numbers are 0 and 5 units, respectively.

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