BAL registers 85 per cent growth in two-wheeler sales
Mumbai: At 220,429 two-wheelers sold in December 2009, Bajaj Auto Ltd (BAL) registered a 85 per cent growth in sales over December 2008, when it sold 119,215 units, a company release said.
Motorcycle sales were increased from 118,510 units in December 2008 to 219,920 units in December 2009, it said.
For the April-December 2009 period, BAL`s total motorcycle sales were increased 17 per cent at 1,794,359 units, against 1,534,149 units in the corresponding period in 2008.
In December, 2009 Bajaj launched the all new Pulsar 135 LS with the purpose of scaling Pulsar to be a million units per year brand, the release added.
BAL`s three-wheeler sales also went up by 17 per cent, with the company selling 244,655 units during April-December 2009, compared to 209,699 units in December 2008.
The company also continued strong growth from export market. Export for the company increased 9 per cent to 676,531 during April-December 2009 from 620,880 in same period last year, the release said.
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