Honda Activa tops at 2,18,212 units in November ’18, down from 2,26,046 units sold in Nov ’18 at 3.5 percent decline. TVS Jupiter remains the second best seller at 69,391 units. That’s a about a third of the Honda Activa units the country laps up month after month. For TVS though that’s a sizeable sales growth at above 10 percent having sold 62,553 units in Nov ’17.
Suzuki Access finds itself on third rung at 42,334 units sold having displaced Hero Maestro from third spot. Maestro comes in 5th this November having sold 23,280 units, down 46 percent from 42,537 units sold in November 2017. That’s roundabout the same sales decline percentage as suffered by Hero Duet.
Honda Dio is placed fourth with 38,484 units sold, which is a gain of 39 percent from 27,561 units sold in Nov ’17 when it was fifth on the list. TVS’ Ntorq is a new entrant in the list at 20,715 units sold. 16,117 units of Yamaha Fascino sold place it seventh on the list, up 12.5 percent rom eight place in November ’17 when 14,319 units were reported sold. It’s listing boots Honda Grazia from seventh place. Grazia sales in November 2018 doesn’t place it in the top ten list.
Hero takes the remainder three spots – 16,047 units of Destini 125, 13,388 units of Pleasure and Duet in tenth place at 12,137 units sold. Hero Destini wasn’t on the list a year ago. The Pleasure does in fact continue on ninth place having sold 12,599 units in Nov ’17, down 6 percent.
Duet sinks to tenth place, a position held by Yamaha Ray in November ’17. Ray is no longer in the top ten list for the month. Duet is in fact the biggest sinker down 46.4 percent from 22,647 units sold in Nov ’17.
It’s a bit strange for Hero scooters because though the company accounted for top selling scooters, sales volumes stood at only 64,852 units down from 77,783 units sold in Nov ’18 when it had only three top selling scooters in the list.