Two-wheeler sales: Bajaj Auto's January 2021 two-wheeler sales witnesses a growth of 16 percent
Pune based Bajaj Auto has released its January 2021 sales figures. In terms of domestic performance, the company has sold 1.57 lakh units in January 2021 which is almost at par with the January 2020 numbers. However, the export numbers were 2.27 lakh units which were 30 per cent higher than that of January 2020 at 1.74 lakh units. In total, the company sold 3.84 lakh units witnessing a growth of 16 per cent as compared to that last year at 3.32 lakh units. The commercial business, however, has not clocked positive numbers as Bajaj Auto sold a total of 13,353 units in the domestic market against 35,076 last year, marking a decline of 62 per cent. While the exports saw a marginal drop with a sale of 26,910 units this year as compared to 27,055 units last year.
In total, the commercial sales stood at 40,263 units as compared to 62,131 units registering a decline of 35 per cent. The total sales accounting the 2W and commercial numbers in both domestic and exports markets stood at 4,25,199 units as compared to 3,94,473 units last year.
In terms of YTD performance for Apr-Jan 2021 Bajaj Auto sold a total of 29,43,197 units of two-wheelers as compared to 34,26,370 units in the same period last year, registering a decline of 14 per cent. The commercial business saw a total sales of 2,85,252 units, which includes both domestic and exports. The same stood at 5,91,354, witnessing a decline of 52 percent. Combined, two-wheeler and commercial business, the YTD numbers were 32,28,449 units between Apr-Jan 2021 seeing degrowth of 20 per cent as compared to 40,17,724 sold between Apr-Jan 2020.
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