Yamaha India records 31 per cent growth in October 2020 sales
Yamaha Motor India has released its October 2020 sales figures which mention of a total sale of 60,176 units, which has helped the company record a growth of 31 per cent when compared to the October 2019 sales of 46,082 units. Importantly, Yamaha India has been witnessing continuous growth in the last four months, as the ongoing situation of COVID19 is seeing a relaxation in the lockdown conditions across the country. The company has registered a 4.3 per cent growth in July 2020 compared to July 2019, 14.8 per cent growth in August 2020 with respect to August 2019 and 17 per cent growth in September 2020 with respect to September 2019.
Yamaha is also hopeful that the festive season sales during November to beat preceding months with another record of sales volume. The company expects overall demand to grow during the festival seasons that had originated since Nava Ratri and will last through upcoming Diwali and Christmas. In order to further intensify the excitement, Yamaha will also be offering attractive finance schemes for its new 125 cc FI scooters in specific markets during the festive season which includes low down payment options.
In other news, Yamaha has unveiled the 2021 MT-09 middleweight naked, which is expected to arrive in India sometime next year in a BSVI avatar. From the images below, it is clear that the 2021 MT-09 looks distinct compared to the previous iteration. However, it is not just aesthetics as Yamaha has also made the MT-09 lighter than before along with making it more powerful. Additionally, it also boasts of tech and equipment form Yamaha's flagship supersport offering. Get all the details about the street naked here.
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