June 2015 Two-Wheeler Sales show signs of market rising once again after almost 2 years of negative growth
Sales report for June 2015 are as follows. Needless to say Hero continues to be segment leader as makes a major contribution to sales after its partner turned rival is second in contributing to those number. While Hero sold approx 5.45 lakhs units, Honda sold 3.5 lakh units in the country. Bajaj has risen from the ashes and sold a lot of motorcycles and also exported the highest number of motorcycles in the country. However, the numbers for Bajaj can be more impressive as it still in 3/3.3 mark since a long time.
World’s largest two wheeler manufacturer, Hero Motocorp sales for the month of June 2015 stood at 5,42,362 units. Thi growth is very low 0.14% compared to June 2014, when the company sold 5,41,594 units. Hero refreshed a lot of products since last Auto Expo 2014 and finally all products are launched. New scooters should boost sales dramatically for Hero. New motorcycles with brand new engines are also on their way which should see Hero once again reach magic 6 lakh unit mark till festive season.
HMSI posted sales of 348,793 units. This is an increase of 8% as compared to sales registered in June 2014. HMSI sold 112,132 motorcycles, 219,650 scooters while 17,011 units were exported. HMSI is desprate for market share in the domestic two wheeler markets stands and their share in the market today is a 25.5% which is far away from its rival above and below.
Bajaj Auto sold motorcycles only and sales numbers for June 2015 stood at 3,31,317 units as against 3,05,465 units sold in June 2014. The increase is of 8% when it comes to YoY. Domestic market saw sales of 2,87,582 motorcycles. Commercial vehicles sold were 43,735 units. The remaining, 1,56,074 units were exported. The figures June 2014 are 2,62,202 43,263 and 1,35,074 are for motorcycles, three-wheelers and exports respectively. All of this translates to Bajaj exporting the largest amount of vehicles in the country.
TVS Motor sales increased by 8%. In the domestic market, TVS sold 61,241 scooters and 88,675 units motorcycles; as against 58,328 and 76,734 units in the same month last year. Exports for TVS stood at a growth of 25% to 33,233 as 26,281 units which were sold in the month of June 2014. Two-wheeler exports increased from 196,486 units to 211,002 units this time, that is June 2015; registering 7% increase.
Yamaha sales for domestic markets stood at 51,432 units as against 40,666 units sold in June 2014. All of this states a healthy 26% increase sales thanks to new launches in commuter segment. Yamaha India also exported 14,708 units as against 12,819 units in June 2014, which helps them in registering a 15% increase. Overall sales of Yamaha India stood of 66,140 units in June 2015 and 53,485 units sold in June 2014 helped them registering a 24% growth.
Suzuki Two-wheelers in India sales for June 2015 stood at 32,628 units as against 24,812 units sold in June 2014. This is a healthy 32% growth. All of this is thanks to the Gixxer siblings and average performer Let’s. 125cc scooter is pretty much dominated by Suzuki and upcoming 125cc scooters from rivals is seeing Suzuki developing fresh products for the markets soon.
Royal Enfield Motorcycles sales for June 2015 stood at 37,341 units when compared against 25,303 units seen in the month June 2014. Domestic sales in particular were at 36,597 units when compared to 24,519 units that were sold in June 2014.