Last month, the Honda Activa range continued to be at the top of the scooter sales chart, followed by Suzuki Access and TVS Jupiter
In July 2021, the Indian two-wheeler market registered an overall sales decline of 2.1 per cent on a Year-on-Year basis. The scooter section, however, reported a decent sales growth overall. Honda Activa range was once again the highest-selling scooter nameplate in the Indian market last month.
The sales figure of the Activa stood at 1,62,956 units; this is a 37.10 per cent sales growth on a YoY basis, with 1,18,859 units of the scooter sold back in July 2020. The Activa line-up currently consists of two models – Activa 6G and Activa 125.
At the second spot, we have Suzuki Access, of which 46,985 units were sold in July 2021, registering a 102.78 per cent YoY sales growth. TVS Jupiter grabbed the third place on last month’s scooter sales chart. It managed to sell a total of 38,209 units, reporting a YoY sales decline of 22.01 per cent.
At the fourth position is TVS Ntorq, with a total of 23,986 units sold last month. Next in line is Honda Dio, of which 20,604 units were sold during the same period. With a total sale of 17,713 units in July 2021, Hero Pleasure managed to take the sixth place.
Suzuki Burgman grabbed the seventh position on the sales chart, with a sales figure of 10,104 units. Of the Yamaha Fascino, a total of 9,525 units were sold, putting it at the eighth spot. After that, we have the Hero Destini, which recorded a sales figure of 8,070 units last month. At the tenth position, we have Yamaha RayZR, of which 7,053 units were sold in July 2021.
|Model||July 2021||July 2020|
|Honda Activa (+37.10%)||1,62,956||1,18,859|
|Suzuki Access (+102.78%)||46,985||23,171|
|TVS Jupiter (-22.01%)||38,209||48,995|
|TVS Ntorq (+46.20%)||23,986||16,404|
|Honda Dio (-44.66%)||20,604||37,233|
|Hero Pleasure (+8.74%)||17,713||16,290|
|Suzuki Burgman (+84.62%)||10,104||5,473|
|Yamaha Fascino (-17.77%)||9,525||11,584|
|Hero Destini (-38.79%)||8,070||13,184|
|Yamaha RayZR (-41.38%)||7,053||12,032|
Interestingly, a lot of electric scooters are available now in the Indian market. Also, thanks to the FAME II scheme and state EV subsidies, many e-scooters are priced extremely competitively. We expect traditional IC-powered scooters to face heavy competition from their electric counterparts in the coming times.