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Classic 350 is the queen of 350cc bike segment, leaving every bike behind in April sales

Royal Enfield Bullet and Meteor have registered a decline in terms of year-on-year sales in the last month. At the same time, there has been a decline of 6.50 percent in the month-on-month sales of this segment. All the companies together had sold 55,432 units of this segment in March 2022.

Month-on-month sales of all motorcycles have registered a decline in April. Talking about exports, in April 2022, all the companies have exported a total of 5,163 units and have achieved a growth of 89.82 percent with this export. In April last year, the companies had exported 2,720 units.

Month-on-month exports of the 350cc segment have also witnessed a growth of 26.64 percent. All the companies had exported a total of 4,077 units in March 2022. Talking about Royal Enfield Classic 350, the market share of this bike has been 62.85 percent in the last month and this bike has got the first place in the list.

In April 2022, the company sold 32,575 units of this motorcycle, which was a growth of 39.82 percent. In the same month last year, the company sold 23,298 units of this motorcycle. However, in the month-on-month sales, its sales decreased by 0.36 percent and it sold 32,694 units in March 2022.

No Domestic 350cc Apr-22 Apr-21 Growth (%)
1 Classic 350 32,575 23,298 39.82
2 Bullet 350 7,513 9,908 -24.17
3 Meteor 350 4,617 7,844 -41.14
4 Electra 350 3,918 3,631 7.90
5 CB 350 3,204 2,969 7.92
No Exports 350cc Apr-21 Apr-21 Growth (%)
1 CB 350 2,221 840 164.40
2 Classic 350 1,797 724 148.20
3 Meteor 350 1,138 1,143 -0.44
4 Bullet 350 7 0 ,
5 Electra 350 0 13 -100.00

 

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is second in the list, which sold 7,513 units in April 2022. In April last year, the company had sold 9,908 units and compared to this, the company has sold 24.17 percent less units of the motorcycle. The market share of this motorcycle is 14.50 percent.

The next name in the list is Royal Enfield Meteor 350, with a total of 4,617 units sold in April 2022. In April last year, the company sold 7,844 units of this motorcycle and this year its sales have registered a decline of 41.14 percent. The market share of this motorcycle is 8.91 percent.

The fourth position has been secured by Royal Enfield Electra 350, which sold 3,918 units in April 2022 and has achieved a growth of 7.90 percent over April 2021. At the fifth place is the name of Honda CB350, which has sold a total of 3,204 units in April 2022 and has achieved a growth of 7.92 percent.

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