Hero Splendor Tops Sales Chart In June 2019

Modified On Jul 29, 2019 By Gaurav Sadanand for Hero Super Splendor

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Honda retains third position but registered a fall of 15.8% in total sales in June 2019 versus June 2018

The Hero Splendor registered total sales of 2.42 lakh units in June 2019. Honda sold 84,871 units of the CB Shine last month. Bajaj stood strong in fourth position with its Pulsar range reeling in 83,008 buyers. Overall, the two-wheeler industry reported a -11.7% drop in sales in June ’19 over June ’18. 

Hero MotoCorp retained its commanding position in the sales chart in the month of June 2019. Honda and Bajaj, on the other hand, stood their ground in third and fourth position. While TVS, with its Apache, series dropped a position and now sits in ninth position overall.

Rank

Brand

Model

June'19 Sales

1

Hero

Splendor

2,42,743

2

Hero

HF Deluxe

1,93,194

3

Honda

CB Shine

84,871

4

Bajaj

Pulsar

83,008

5

Hero

Glamour

69,878

6

Bajaj

Platina

56,947

7

Hero

Passion

56,143

8

Bajaj

CT

38,720

9

TVS

Apache

37,967

10

Royal Enfield

Classic 350

33,790

 

Overall, the two-wheeler industry witnessed a downfall and reported a -11.7% drop in sales in June ’19 when compared to the same month last year. The slowdown in sales, which has been attributed to lack of purchasing power and the recent technological disruption, has had a significant impact on monthly numbers for all two-wheeler brands. For a broader view, Hero MotoCorp sold 2.42 lakh units of the Splendor in June 2019 as opposed to 2.78 lakh unit sales in June 2018. On the contrary, the brand gained some ground by selling 1.93 lakh units of the HF Deluxe last month compared to 1.82 lakh in June 2018.

 

Honda’s monthly sales took a tumble as well as it managed to retail only 84,871 units of the CB Shine in contrast to 96,505 units in the corresponding month last year - a decline of 12 per cent. It’s a similar story with Bajaj who retained its position but dropped in numbers. To put things into perspective, it sold 83,008 units of the Pulsar range last month compared to 71,593? units in June 2018.

 

It wasn’t all good news in TVS’ camp either as it slipped from eighth to ninth position this month after managing to sell just 37,967 units of the Apache range versus 42,863 units in June 2018, a dip of 11.42 per cent. Royal Enfield remained at 10th position with a 33 per cent drop in sales. It sold 33,790 units of the Classic 350 against 50,426 units in June 2018.


Source: Autopunditz

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