Bajaj motorcycle sales rise 84% in November
New Delhi: Pune-based Bajaj Auto today reported a 84.07 per cent increase in its motorcycle sales at 2,42,390 units in November.
The company had sold 1,31,681 units in November last
year, Bajaj Auto Ltd (BAL) said in a statement.
BAL attributed the jump in its monthly sales to its newly
launched 100cc Discover DTS-Si and the Pulsar. It sold 94,265
units of its new 100cc Discover DTS-Si and 50,153 units of the
Total two-wheeler sales during the month also increased
by 83.24 per cent to 2,42,648 units compared with 1,32,421
units in the same period a year ago, it added.
BAL`s exports went up by 46.18 per cent to 98,521 units
in November from 67,397 units a year ago. This was the highest
ever monthly export reported by the company.
Total vehicle sales of the company last month stood at
2,76,759 units compared to 1,59,747 units in the same period
a year ago, up by 73.25 per cent, the statement said.
The company reported a rise of 24.83 per cent in its
three-wheeler sales during November at 34,111 units, against
27,326 units during the same month last year.
BAL said its commercial vehicle sales continued to grow
across various segments, including in-city, sub-urban and
goods carrier categories, but did not give any details.
The company will launch an all new sub-150cc Pulsar on
December 9 as part of its effort to push up its growth rate
from January next year, it added.
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