KTM India exported almost 5 times more motorcycles than they managed to sell in domestic market for June 2020
Just like other two-wheeler manufacturers, KTM has also registered negative YoY growth in June 2020. YoY sales are down by -60.64%, from 4,924 units in June last year to 1,938 units in June 2020. Although most showrooms are now operational across the country, it may take some time for sales numbers to bounce back to pre-Covid levels.
KTM Domestic Sales June 2020
Top selling KTM continues to be KTM 125 (Duke + RC) with sales of 938 units in June 2020. In comparison to 2,108 units sold in June last year, KTM 125 YoY sales are down -55.50%. KTM 125 has emerged as a popular choice for folks looking for an entry-level performance bike. Its 124.7 cc, liquid cooled, DOHC, FI engine generates max power of 15 hp and max torque of 12 Nm. Engine is coupled with a 6-speed gearbox.
At number two is KTM 200 (Duke + RC), which was the first KTM to be launched in the Indian market. It was the top selling KTM till the time the most affordable KTM 125 arrived on the scene. A total of 584 units were sold in June 2020, registering YoY de-growth of -69.12%. Sales during the corresponding period last year stood at 1,891 units.
Next in the list is KTM Duke 250 with 300 units sold in June 2020. YoY sales are down -47.37%, as compared to 570 units sold in June last year. KTM 390 (Duke + RC + ADV) takes the fourth place with 116 units sold in June 2020. As compared to 355 units sold in June last year, YoY sales have dropped by -67.32%.
KTM 790 Duke is not featured in the list, as it is yet to be updated to BS6. It is expected that BS6 compliant KTM 790 will be launched in August 2020. The bike was imported into India via the CKD route. Only limited units were imported, all of which have been sold out.
KTM exports June 2020
Talking about exports, all KTM bikes have registered positive growth in June 2020. A total of 9,633 units were exported, which is YoY growth of 128.87%. KTM total exports in June last year was 4,209 units.
KTM 390 range leads the pack with 4,575 units exported in June 2020. In comparison to 1,617 units exported in June last year, YoY growth works out at 182.93%. This huge growth registered by the 390 range was because of the ADV 390. Next is KTM 125 with 2,526 units exported in June. YoY growth is 128.18%, as compared to 1,107 units exported in June last year.
At number three is KTM 200 with 1,817 units, registering YoY growth of 32.53%. Exports during the same period last year stood at 1,371 units. At fourth place is KTM 250 with 715 units exported in June 2020. YoY growth has jumped by a massive 527.19%, the best of all KTMs in percentage terms. Exports during the same period last year stood at 114 units.
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