June 2015 saw total two wheeler sales in India cross the 1.5 million mark. The biggest contributor was once again Hero MotoCorp with more than half a million sales, followed by HMSI with almost 3.5 lakh units sold. Detailed report on June 2015 two wheeler sales below.
World’s largest two wheeler manufacturer, Hero Motocorp sales for the month of June 2015 stood at 5,42,362 units. This is a marginal growth as compared to June 2014, when the company sold 5,41,594 units.
Highlights of the month include launch of new Xtreme Sports and Passion Pro; Mr Pawan Munjal being elated to the post of Chairman and Hero becoming the title sponsor of ‘HERO CARIBBEAN PREMIER LEAGUE’ T20 Tournament.
Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India
Biggest rival of Hero MotoCorp, and the second largest two wheeler manufacturer in India, HMSI posted sales of 348,793 units. This is an increase of 8% as compared to sales registered in June 2014.
Of the total registered sales, HMSI sold 112,132 motorcycles, 219,650 scooters while 17,011 units were exported. This means that HMSI market share in the domestic two wheeler markets stands at 25.5% as of now.
Bajaj Auto, which only has motorcycles to offer, and no scooters, is the only major two wheeler manufacturer to do so. Their total sales for June 2015 stood at 3,31,317 units as against 3,05,465 units sold in June 2014. This is an increase of 8%.
Of total sales, Bajaj sold 2,87,582 motorcycles while 43,735 were three wheelers. 1,56,074 units were exported (Bajaj is the largest two wheeler exporter in India). Their corresponding figures for June 2014 are 2,62,202; 43,263 and 1,35,074 (this is the highest ever exports reported by Bajaj for any June).
This means Bajaj sales in India (2+3 wheelers) stood at 1,75,243 units for June 2015, as against 1,70,391 units sold in June 2014.
TVS Motor Company
Sales of India’s fourth largest two wheeler manufacturer, TVS Motor increased by 8% as the company sold 222,099 units (2 and 3 wheelers) last month; as against 2015,403 units sold in June 2014.
Of these, two wheeler exports of the company grew 25% to 33,233 as against 26,281 units sold in June 2014. Two wheeler sales increased from 196,486 units to 211,002 units in June 2015; registering 7% increase.
In the domestic market, TVS sold 61,241 scooters and 88,675 units motorcycles; as against 58,328 and 76,734 units in the corresponding month last year.
Yamaha Motor India
Domestic sales of Yamaha for June 2015 stood at 51,432 units as against 40,666 units sold in June 2014, which is a 26% increase. Yamaha India exported 14,708 units as against 12,819 units in June 2014, registering 15% increase. Overall sales of Yamaha India stood at 66,140 units in June 2015, as against 53,485 units sold in June 2014, registering 24% growth.
Oldest of the brands mentioned above, sales of Royal Enfield Motorcycles for June 2015 period stood at 37,341 units, growing 47.5% as against 25,303 units in June 2014. Speaking about domestic sales, they were at 36,597 units as against 24,519 units sold in June 2014. Though, exports declined marginally from 784 units last year to 744 units in June 2015.
Suzuki Two Wheelers India
Sales of Suzuki Two wheelers in India for June 2015 stood at 32,628 units as against 24,812 units sold in June 2014. This is a 32% growth.