Two-wheeler manufacturers have launched several new models of scooters in India this year. But some of the oldest very popular scooters are still showing their charisma. Their pair matched weight in terms of popularity and sales. The report also discusses the top five best-selling scooters in the country in November.
At the top of the list is the Honda Activa, with two variants available in the market – Activa 6G and Activa 125. In November, as in other months, the scooter managed to hold the record of highest sales. The Activar sold 1,24,062 units in November. However, sales decreased by 36.91% and 45.05% respectively compared to last month and November last year.
The TVS Jupiter, which is available in 110cc and 125cc variants, topped the list of best-selling scooters in November as usual. Jupiter 125 has a significant contribution in sales. The Jupiter Range had sales of 44,139 units in November.
However, compared to last month and November last year, Jupiter’s sales have dropped significantly, to 36.63% and 29.52%, respectively. On the other hand, the company has entered into an agreement with BMW Motorrad to expand its business. In the next two years, the two companies will jointly launch the electric two-wheeler
Suzuki Access 125
For the past two months, Suzuki Access 125 has been ranked third on the list. It sold 42,461 units in November, down slightly from the previous month. The company has recently launched the Avenis scooter to further its dominance in the sporty 125cc segment, with its main competitor being the TVS NTorq.
After entering the domestic market, TVS Entourage has received considerable response from scooter fans due to its performance and features. The scooter sold 19,156 units in November Which is why it ranks fourth on the list of best-selling scooters. Last week, TVS launched the Spiderman Edition and Thor Editon of TVS NTorq.
Yamaha Ray ZR
Yamaha Ray ZR topped the list with 12,344 units sold in November. The scooter surpassed its rival Honda Dio in sales numbers last month. The launch of the hybrid version of the Ray GR is thought to have boosted sales. Surprisingly, the tested mileage of this scooter based on Mild-Hybrid technology is 71 km / liter.