In the two-wheeler segment, motorcycles dominate scooter sales in terms of volume. With sales showing no signs of immediate recovery, motorcycle sales in June 2019 is down 8.97 percent. Down to 8,97,261 units from 9,85,710 units sold in June 2018.
Hero Splendor sales is down 12.74 percent in June 2019. Sales were down to 2,42,743 units, down from 2,78,169 units sold in June 2018. Hero HF Deluxe sales are up 5.64 percent. Sales in June 2019 stood at 1,93,194 units, up from 1,82,883 units sold in June 2018. Honda CB Shine sales gained a spot at 84,871 units. Down 12.06 percent from 96,505 units sold in June 2018.
Bajaj Pulsar sales gained 15.94 percent. Sales last month was reported at 83,008 units, up from 71,593 units sold in June 2018. Hero Glamour sales gained 2 spots on the top 10 list. It sits in 5th spot having reported 10.19 percent sales growth. June 2019 sales are up at 69,878 units, up from 63,417 units sold in April 2018.
2019 Bajaj Platina has been the biggest gainer in terms of sales growth at 58.96 percent. Sales is up at 56,947 units in June 2019, up from 35,825 units sold in June 2018. Platina is up at 6th spot from 10th spot on the list last year this time.
Hero Passion has been the biggest loser in terms of sales decline. Sales was down 42.54 percent. June 2019 sales stood at 56,143 units, down from 97,715 units sold in June 2018. While Bajaj has had a great showing, the same cant be said for its CT 100. Sales decline stands at 41.61 percent. Sales is down to 38,720 units from 66,314 units sold in June 2018.
Despite sales decline of 11.42 percent, TVS Apache remains on 9th spot on the list. June 2019 sales are down at 37,967 units, down from 42,863 units sold in June 2018. On tenth spot is Royal Enfield Classic 350. Sales is down 32.99 percent. June 2019 sales is down to 33,790 units from 50,426 units sold in June 2018.
Total sales registered by the top 10 motorcycles for June 2019 stood at 8,97,261 units. In comparison with June 2018 numbers, this is a decline of 8.97%. In comparison with May 2019 numbers, this is a decline of 4.95%. Analysts predict that the two wheeler sales will continue to decline even further in the coming months. It might revive towards the end of 2019, or early 2020.