Indian bikes sales riding high in March.

That’s the country, not the brand!

If there was any doubt as to how greatly the benefits of riding a motorcycle or scooter are felt across India and the South Asian region as a whole, then let the sales figures for March 2016 but those doubts to rest.

Indian motorcycle brands are killing it!

Hero Motorcorp – the world’s largest motorcycle manufacturer – reported sales for March ’16 as being up by 14% when compared to the corresponding month in 2015. To put that into perspective, they sold a whopping 606,542 bikes last month.

Bajaj are the latest to brand from the region to post their results, and they’ve had a bumper beginning to spring too; with 264,249 bikes going to customers on March. That’s a whopping 26% increased on the previous year!

And they’re not the only ones.


Eicher Motors – responsible for the Royal Enfield brand – may not have shifted quite the insane quantities of their compatriots, but their motorcycle division have reported a 52% leap in sales from the same period last year.

Now, it’s possible to say that that is only 51,320 units, which may not sound a lot when compared to the triple-hundred figures quoted by the ‘big boys’.

But remember that Ducati celebrated shifting 54,000 for the ENTIRE of 2015 and the real story behind these numbers becomes clear.



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    stephen Obrenski

    April 4, 2016 at 14:52

    wow im dreaming wake me please….lucky guy…

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    Madhu Joseph

    April 17, 2016 at 06:32

    Could have had something to do with the RE #Himalayan

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