150cc bike sales November 2021

Rank OEM Model November 21 sales November 20 sales Annual growth
1 televisions apache series 28,608 41,557 -31%
2 Honda Unicorn 15 555 21,796 -29%
3 Bajaj Pulsar 150 13 084 30 719 -57%
4 Yamaha R15 8392 5848 44%
5 Yamaha FZ 7624 16 239 -53%
6 hero Xtreme 3251 5460 -40%
seven Yamaha MT-15 2727 4608 -41%
8 Bajaj Avenger Street 160 2055 3586 -43%
9 Suzuki Gixxer 1705 2145 -21%
ten Honda CB200X 1247
Just look at the year-over-year growth column for the graph!

In November 2021, sales of 150cc bikes fell 36% compared to the same period of 2020

TVS’s Apache series has beaten its rivals to claim the top spot in the 150cc bike sales rankings for November 2021. But its position is only provisional, to say the least.

The real leader in the 150cc segment last month was the Honda Unicorn which recorded sales of 15,555 units. The aged motorcycle continues to be a strong product for the Japanese brand.

Next is the Bajaj Pulsar 150 which has suffered greatly from the rising costs and popularity of the Pulsar 125. A total of 13,084 units of the 150cc bike were retailed by the automaker last month.

Yamaha’s refreshed R15 hit the mark every month and with the help of the V3S, the supersport-style bike sold 8,392 units to the Japanese marque in November.

150cc bike sales November 2021
The R15 was Yamaha’s best-selling motorcycle last month

Fifth place in the 150cc bicycle sales chart for November 2021 went to the Yamaha FZ which recorded sales of 7,624 units, while the Hero Xtreme was next with 3,251 unit sales.

More than 2,700 units of the MT-15 were sold by Yamaha last month, while Bajaj sold 2,055 units of its Avenger Street 160 during the same period.

The last 2 positions on the list were occupied by the Suzuki Gixxer (1705 units) and the Honda CB200X (1247 units). The Suzuki Intruders (16 units), Hornet 2.0 (1 unit) did not do well and the Honda X-Blade failed to find a single buyer last month.

Overall, the Top 10 150cc motorcycles saw sales of 84,248 units combined, which is a massive 36% drop in sales from the same period a year earlier.

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