Top 10 Best-Selling 150cc-250cc Bikes (July 2019):
The 150-250cc motorcycle segment is struggling to escape from the drop in sales figures like the rest of 2-wheeler segments in India. The bikes that were most favourite among the customers are not able to show the impressive sales figures due to the ongoing auto industry slowdown.
Starting with our top 10 list of best selling 150cc-250cc bikes in India, the first place has been marked by Bajaj Pulsar series, which managed to register a sales figure of 62,469 units for July 2019. Bajaj remains on top position for the last two months but there is a decline in the sales figure as compared to the previous month.
The second position has been marked by Honda CB Unicorn, which was good enough to register a sales figure of 28,250 units. Last month, the TVS Apache series was on the 2nd position and this time, it has shifted to the third position. It was good enough to register a sales figure of 25,094 units for July 2019.
Going on to the fourth position in the list, it was bagged by Yamaha FZ
series (including Fazer 25), which registered a sales figure of 14,636 units. The fifth position in the list was bagged by Bajaj Avenger series, which registered a sales figure of 5,915 units for July 2019. Yamaha’s R15 V3 remains on the 6th position as it was in June this year and registered a sales figure of 5,176 units.
The 7th position in the list was grabbed by Suzuki Gixxer series (including Gixxer SF) that managed to register a sales figure of 3,896 units. Honda’s CB Hornet 160R marked itself at 8th position with 3,004 units sold whereas the xBlade by the company ranked at 9th position in the list with 2,858 units on its side. The Hero XPulse 200 series registered a sales figure of 2,530 units for July 2019.
Best-Selling 150cc-250cc Bikes
Sales Report (July 2019)
- Bajaj Pulsar Series: 62,469 units
- Honda CB Unicorn: 28,250 units
- TVS Apache Series: 25,094 units
- Yamaha FZ+Fazer: 14,636 units
- Bajaj Avenger Series: 5,915 units
- Yamaha R15 V3: 5,176 units
- Suzuki Gixxer+Gixxer SF: 3,896 units
- Honda CB Hornet 160R: 3,004 units
- Honda xBlade: 2,858 units
- Hero XPulse Series: 2,530 units
Apart from these 10 bikes, there are 7 more bikes which hold an important position in the Indian 2-wheelers industry.
- KTM 200 Duke: 1,749 units
- Hero Xtreme: 1,596 units
- Yamaha MT-15: 1,400 units
- KTM 250 Duke: 493 units
- Hero Xtreme 200R: 426 units
- Suzuki Intruder: 204 units
- Honda CBR250R: 48 units
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