Model-wise Sales Figures –
Top Selling Motorcycles –
Top Selling Scooters –
The auto industry downturn affected the two-wheeler OEMs too and overall Two-Wheeler sales reported a fall of -11.7% in June’19 v/s June’18. Industry leader Hero Moto Corp reported a decline of 13% in total volumes with 6,00,380 units sold in June 2019. In comparison, the manufacturer sold 6,89,949 units in June 2018. HMSI is reeling even severely from the economic downturn and the second largest two-wheeler manufacturer saw a dip of 15.8% in its total sales in June 2019 over June 2018. HMSI sold 4,50,889 units in June 2019 as compared to total sales of 5,35,512 units in June 2018.
It was only Suzuki Motorcycles which showed a YoY growth of 29% in June 2019. Suzuki posted 22% YoY increase by registering 57,023 unit sales, as compared to 46,717 units dispatched during June 2018.
June’19 Market Share of OEMs –
Two Wheeler Industry saw another bad month and registered a YoY de-growth of -16.3% in Apr’19. Apart from TVS & Bajaj in the mass market players; all other OEMs reported a negative growth in Apr’19. Honda saw the steepest YoY fall at -32% and its market share dropped a hefty -6% in Apr’19 v/s Apr’18. With the trend moving towards Motorcycles; Honda may see its worst year in FY20. Surprisingly while collating the data we saw ZERO Mahindra Two Wheelers shipped in Apr’19. Still not able to understand if we’ve made any mistake in our compilation!
Another success story gone wrong was of Royal Enfield’s. The classic bike maker is consistently losing ground in the past several months. Even though the Interceptor twins have done wonderfully well; the drop in sales of Classic 350 has hit the OEM real hard.
It’s clearly evident from the data that Honda’s loss has been TVS & Bajaj’s gain. Will it continue in coming months?
Apr’19 Market Share of OEMs –