During the Corona period, Bajaj Auto exported more than 2.5 million vehicles in the calendar year 2021, maintaining the pace of its vehicle exports. This figure is 30 percent higher than last year.
Two wheeler exports crossed the 22 lakh mark in the year 2021. At the same time, the export of three wheelers and quadricycle vehicles crossed the 3 lakh mark during this period. In the two wheeler category, vehicles with more than 125 cc cc accounted for 41 per cent. Bajaj’s leading sports two wheeler brand Pulsar continues to perform well in countries like Colombia, Mexico, Argentina, Guatemala, Peru, Turkey, Bangladesh, Nepal and Egypt. Good demand for the new Dominar 250 cc saw a 49 per cent increase in its exports. At the same time, with the launch of the Dominar 250, the brand has gained a leading position in the 250 – 400 cc sports two wheeler category in countries like Colombia, Mexico, Argentina, Guatemala along with Turkey. The Bajaj Boxer has also achieved a market share of 40 per cent in African countries like Nigeria, Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo, registering the highest ever exports this year.
Commenting on the performance, Rakesh Sharma Executive Director, Bajaj Auto Ltd., said, “Consistently strong export performance positioning Bajaj Auto in multiple global markets, the many years of commitment towards building international business and the team. Outstanding work result. Our diverse brand portfolio connects us with customers ranging from Moto-Taxi to Sports Tourer. Bajaj Auto will further expand this new year in key markets such as Brazil and Western Europe. At the same time, we are confident that the newly launched Pulsar 250 and the top-end Dominar portfolio will further strengthen our position and performance by expanding the premium segment.’