In April 2021, the two-wheeler market recorded a de-growth in sales, although we put together Top 10 bestselling scooter last month.
- Honda Activa leading the list with 1,09,678 units in April 2021
- Suzuki Access registered 53,285 unts last month and securing second position in the list
- Ninth and tenth position held by TVS Scooty Pep+ and Yamaha RayZR
Last month was the declining chart for almost every manufacturer in the Indian market, due to the second wave of the health crisis and every state has put up restrictions. For the Scooter space, it was also the same as for every other space, and just a few models get positive sales growth last month. However, in scooter space, Honda Activa once again leading the chart and finishing at the first position with 1,09,678 units sold in April 2021 against 1,99,208 units sold in March 2021. While, the second position was secured by Suzuki Access as it sold 53,285 units against 48,672 units in March 2021, getting 9.47 percent of positive sales growth.
At the third position, we have TVS best-selling model Jupiter, which registered 25,570 units last month against 57,206 units in March 2021 getting 55.3 percent of the decline in sales. TVS Ntorq achieved the fourth position with getting 19,959 units last month against 26,851 units in march 2021. The fifth position was taken by Hero Pleasure plus, as it sold 18,298 units in April 2021. Honda Dio securing the sixth position by getting 17,269 units last month.
With garnered 9,121 units last month, Hero Destini 125 securing the seventh position in the Top 10 bestselling scooter list of April 2021. At the eighth position, we have another Japanese manufacturer product Suzuki Burgman street 125, as it registered 8,154 units. On the ninth rank, we have TVS Scooty Pep+ registering 8,143 units and at the tenth position taken by Yamaha RayZR with 7,512 units last month against 8,272 units in March 2021. Among all the Top 10 Scoter only Suzuki Access getting positive sales growth last month on a MOM basis, while no YOY comparison has been made as no vehicles were sold last year due to nationwide lockdown.