Hero Splendor continued to sit on top of the two-wheeler sales chart in the month of August 2022 ahead of Honda Activa and CB Shine
In the month of August 2022, Hero MotoCorp’s Splendor posted a cumulative domestic tally of 2,86,007 unit sales against 2,41,703 units during the same period last year with a YoY sales increase of 18.3 per cent. The Honda Activa continued to be in the second position with a total of 2,21,143 units against 2,04,659 units.
This led to a YoY volume increase of 8 per cent. The Honda CB Shine finished in the third position with 1,20,139 units last month against 1,29,926 units during the corresponding period in 2021 with a YoY negative sales growth of 7.5 per cent. Bajaj Auto’s Platina was the fourth most sold two-wheeler in the country last month.
The entry-level commuter motorcycle posted 99,987 unit sales in the month of August 2022 against 56,615 units during the same period last year with a YoY sales increase of 76.6 per cent. The Bajaj Pulsar slotted in at fifth with a total of 97,135 units against 66,107 units in August 2021 with a YoY positive sales growth of 46.9 per cent.
|Top 10 Two Wheelers (YoY)||August 2022 Sales||August 2021 Sales|
|1. Hero Splendor (18.3%)||2,86,007||2,41,703|
|2. Honda Activa (8%)||2,21,143||2,04,659|
|3. Honda CB Shine (-7.5%)||1,20,139||1,29,926|
|4. Bajaj Platina (76.6%)||99,987||56,615|
|5. Bajaj Pulsar (46.9%)||97,135||66,107|
|6. Hero HF Deluxe (-36.9%)||72,224||1,14,575|
|7. TVS Jupiter (53.5%)||70,075||45,625|
|8. TVS Apache (146.7%)||40,520||16,423|
|9. Suzuki Access (-17.8%)||40,375||49,135|
|10. TVS XL100 (-30.6%)||36,489||52,607|
In the second half of the table, Hero’s HF Deluxe volume-based commuter registered a total of 72,224 units against 1,14,575 units during the same period last year with a YoY volume drop of 36.9 per cent. The TVS Jupiter was the seventh most sold two-wheeler in India last month as 70,075 units were posted against 45,625 units in August 2021.
This led to a YoY volume increase of 53.5 per cent. The TVS Apache finished in the eighth position with 40,520 units against 16,423 units during the same period last year with a YoY sales growth of 146.7 per cent. The Suzuki Access 125 finished in the ninth position with 40,375 units against 49,135 units during the corresponding period twelve months ago with a YoY volume decline of 17.8 per cent.
The TVS XL 100 rounded out the top ten table with a total of 36,489 units against 52,607 units in August 2021 with a YoY volume de-growth of 30.6 per cent in India.