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Hero MotoCorp regains second slot in scooters


Hero MotoCorp Ltd, the country’s top two-wheeler maker by volume, has regained the Number Two slot that it lost to TVS Motor Company in the scooter segment during the first quarter of this fiscal. Its comeback was aided by the higher sales that it achieved in the past three months on the back of new scooter introductions.

In the three months ending February 2016, Hero sold 257,322 scooters, while TVS Motor’s scooter sales stood at 187,151 units during that period. With strong sales in the recent months, Hero’s total scooter sales for the 11-month period of this fiscal stood at 731,967 units as against TVS Motor’s total scooter volumes of 707,884 units.

Robust growth

With this growth, Hero has become the Number 2 scooter maker after Honda, which sold 2,544,872 units during the said period.

While Honda remains a strong Number One player in the scooter market, the battle for the Number Two position has been fierce.

The TVS Motor Company maintained the Number Two position for an extended period, recent years saw Hero making strong inroads into the scooter segment.

It managed to pip TVS as the second largest scooter-maker a few years ago.

But, TVS attempted a strong come back with new scooter introductions last year and displaced Hero from the second position during the first quarter of this fiscal.

Aggressive marketing

Meanwhile, Hero rolled out two new scooters — Duet and Maestro Edge — three months ago and launched aggressive marketing campaigns to support its scooter growth plans.

Both the new scooters, developed in-house, helped the company increase its sales and market share. “Built on a completely new engine and chassis platform, the two new products demonstrate the passion for technology and innovation at Hero.

“These new products are a testimony to our ongoing efforts to create a world class R&D eco-system,” a company spokesperson told The Hindu.

Also, Hero’s strong reach and network of 6000-plus outlets across the country provide an edge in its bid to quickly ramp up sales.

“The scooter segment witnessed healthy volume movement from Yamaha Fascino, TVS Jupiter and Hero Maestro & Duet in February 2016,” said Subrata Ray, Group Vice President – Corporate Ratings, Icra.

Increasing capacity

Hero expects its two new models to be a dominant part of its scooter business during the next fiscal. The company’s scooter production capacity is about one lakh units a month.

However, it is working on increasing capacity at its new plant in Gujarat to support the additional growth that is expected through new scooters.

Total scooter sales in the country grew by about 12 per cent at 4,581,640 units during April 2015-February 2016 when compared with 4,105019 units in the year-ago period.

Honda had a market share of about 56 per cent, followed by Hero (16 per cent), TVS Motor Company (15.5 per cent), Yamaha (6.3 per cent) and Suzuki (4.5 per cent) in thesegment.

Scooter sales are expected to see growth rates in the low double-digits due to improving rural and semi-urban infrastructure, rising proportion of women in the workforce and increasing mileage that new products offer.

Source: Hero MotoCorp regains second slot in scooters - The Hindu
 
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Mahindra Mojo outsells the Honda CBR250R in February 2016

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Mahindra’s Mojo has outsold the Honda CBR250R in the month of February 2016.
The Mahindra Mojo is being retailed only in 4 cities – Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore and Delhi, while Honda CBR250R is being sold all over the country. This is quite an achievement for the desi 300cc tourer.

Now, Mahindra has launched the Mojo in 15 more cities and will definitely hamper the sales of the Honda CBR250R. The Honda CBR250R sales declined from 212 units to 83 units. In February, Mahindra Mojo sold 93 units, while the Honda CBR250R sold 83 units. Mahindra is strategically planning its expansion all over the country, while Honda doesn’t seem to be making any effort to stay up in this segment.

Mahindra uses Pirelli tyres and Paioli suspension which gives it an edge over the Honda. Both the bikes are targeting the touring enthusiasts, who are looking for a reasonably priced mile muncher.

But for how long and how many will opt for the Mahindra Mojo over the Japanese reliability?

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Honda Motorcycle & Scooter sales down 4.4% in March


Two-wheeler manufacturer Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) on Friday reported a 4.4% decline in total sales at 381,521 units in March.

The company had sold 3,99,173 units in the corresponding month last year.

In the domestic market, sales were at 3,65,526 last month as against 3,84,422 units in March last year, down 4.9%.

Exports, however, rose 8.4% to 15,995 units against 14,751 units in March last year, it said.

For the fiscal ended March 31, 2016, the company posted a marginal increase in total two-wheeler sales at 44,83,459 units as against 44,52,005 units in the previous fiscal.

Domestic sales for FY16 also rose marginally at 42,83,345 units as compared to 42,63,746 units in the previous year.

Commenting on the performance, HMSI Senior Vice President Sales & Marketing Yadvinder Singh Guleria said: "From a strategic perspective, 2015-16 was like a base camp for Honda and now we are fully armed for the steep climb in 2016-17." On the outlook, HMSI President & CEO Keita Muramatsu said: "2016-17 is going to be Honda's most definitive year in India...Our priorities will be strengthening the fun connect of Wing mark with

Indian youth, make all our models BS-IV compliant at the earliest for added customer convenience while continue to aggressively make inroads into rural India."

Source: Honda Motorcycle & Scooter sales down 4.4% in March | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis
 
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Hero MotoCorp sales up 14% in March

Hero MotoCorp Ltd (HMCL), the world’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer, capped-off yet another year as the dominant market leader in the country with a sturdy sales performance.

Sustaining its strong sales performance over the past two quarters, HMCL sold 606,542 units in the month of March, registering a growth of 14% over the corresponding month last year when the company had sold 531,750 units.

The company sold 6,632,322 units of two-wheelers during FY ‘15-‘16. It had sold 6,631,826 units in the previous fiscal FY ‘14-‘15.

In addition to the continued success of its popular brands, the Splendor, Passion and HF Deluxe, Hero MotoCorp also gained significant traction in the 125cc segment with its Super Splendor and Glamour brands and maintained its leadership in this segment as well.

In the scooter segment as well, the company has been consistently clocking impressive numbers month on month, thanks to the immense popularity of Maestro Edge and Duet. Both these scooters are now available in all markets across the country.

With strong sales performance in March, Hero set yet another benchmark by exceeding the landmark of 6-lakh plus monthly sales thrice in a single financial year – March, 2016 (606,542), October, 2015 (639,802) and September, 2015 (606,744).

Source:: Hero MotoCorp sales up 14% in March

TVS Motor Company reports 10% sales growth in March 2016

TVS Motor Company has reported a sales growth of 10% during the month of March 2016, with total sales of 232,527 units as against 211,005 units recorded in the month of March 2015. The company's total exports registered sales of 31,121 units as against 42,565 units in March 2015. Two wheeler exports recorded sales of 26,453 units in March 2016 as against 32,738 units in March 2015.

Total two wheeler sales increased by 13.3% from 200,121 units recorded in March 2015 to 226,653 units in March 2016, while domestic two wheeler sales grew by 19.6% from 167,383 units in March 2015 to 200,200 units in March 2016.

Scooters sales of the company grew by 24.7 % increasing from 54,683 units in March 2015 to 68,171 units in March 2016, while motorcycles sales reported 12.9% growth from 76,832 units in the month of March 2015 to 86,776 units in March 2016.

Three wheeler of the company registered sales of 5,874 units in March 2016 as against 10,884 units in March 2015.

TVS Motor Company is an India-based company that manufactures motorcycles, scooters, mopeds, three wheelers, parts and accessories.

Source: TVS Motor Company reports 10% sales growth in March 2016 - Mint Market Info
 
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April 2016 Two Wheeler Sales Report – Hero, Honda, Bajaj, TVS, Yamaha, Royal Enfield, Suzuki, Mahindra

Two Wheeler sales in India increased substantially during April 2016 in the wake of new launches and good monsoon being predicted

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Hero MotoCorp sales were up 15% in April 2016. The company sold 6,12,739 units in April 2016 as against 5,33,305 units in April 2015. This is the third consecutive month that Hero MotoCorp has seen increased sales having grown by 13.6% in February and by 14% in March 2016.

Honda (HMSI)
Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India registered increased sales in April 2016 both where motorcycles and scooters were concerned. HMSI total sales stood at 431,011 units in April 2016 as compared to sales of 340,679 units in April 2015.


The company sold 1,50,651 motorcycles during the month, an increase of 13% as against sale of 1,31,204 motorcycles in the same month of the previous year. Scooter sales increased from 1,97,776 units in April 2015 to 2,63,320 units sold in April 2016. Honda Activa was the company’s highest selling scooter with a 27% increase in sales.

Read more: https://www.rushlane.com/april-2016-two-wheeler-sales-report-12195750.html
 

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Here is the Two Wheelers Export Data – FY16. The FY16 began in April 2015 to March 2016. It also includes the Top Export Models from India.

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Sales Analysis: Two-Wheeler makers report healthy growth in May

NEW DELHI: Two-wheeler industry which has been facing rough weather due to poor rural demand, showed good growth in the month of May. Most two wheelers registered a double-digit growth with sales as compared to May 2015.

According to Honda 2wheeler, the two-wheeler segment is expected to have clocked a sales of 1,732,770 in May as against a sales of 1,594,262 two-wheelers in May 2015.

The net addition in sales is still happening mostly in urban India as compared to rural India. While there is buying in rural market, experts say that sales is still replacement demand and also due to some pent-up demand. "Urban market will drive the demand in the coming quarters as the per-capita disposable income is going up as the average salary increase in about 10 percent in urban areas and the inflation has been about 5 percent," said Kumar Kandaswami, senior director at Deloitte. Clearly, the affordability for buyers is going up.

The fastest growing two-wheeler brand was the Eicher Motor-owned Royal Enfield with sales growth of 37% in May 2016. The company, which in February launched entered the adventure tourer segment with Himalayan, sold a total of 48,604 motorcycles in domestic market as compared to 35,354 units in the same month last year.

Total sales of models with engine capacity up to 350cc grew by 38 percent and stood at 43,217 units. While models with engine capacity exceeding 350cc sold 5,387 units and experienced growth of 31 percent.

Even Yamaha India, saw a good growth in sales of almost similar 36 percent last month. Yamaha Motor reported a domestic sales to 62,748 units in May which is higher than 46,084 units sold in May last year.

Yamaha said that its increasing focus on expanding in tier II and III cities, thus reaching out to larger groups of target population, has been instrumental in boosting sales. The company added that the recently launched commuter bike Saluto RX and scooter Cygnus Ray-ZR have performed well in the month of May.

This is the second consecutive month of good growth for the industry in this financial year.

The top two motorcycle manufacturers in India, Hero MotoCorp and Bajaj, although showed growth, but it was in single digits as against double-digits for their counterparts.

Hero MotoCorp saw its domestic sales grow by just 2 percent to touch 5,83,117 units, up from 5,69,876 units sold in May last year.

The company said that market demand was expectedly subdued in May, due to the heavy retail offtake that happened in April on account of the marriage season and regional festivals in different parts of the country during that month.

However, the company expects the sales to grow in the coming months as a good monsoon, which has been forecast by Indian Meteorological Department, could lead to a change in sentiments in the rural markets and improve sales in second half of the year.

Bajaj Auto, India's second largest motorcycle manufacturer, showed a growth of 9 percent in its domestic sales. The company's total domestic sales stood at 2,04,234 units as against 1,86,614 units during May 2015.

Honda 2Wheelers, on the back of good scooter sales, saw a growth of 18.8 percent in May 2016. The company sold a total of 436,358 units in Mauy 2016 as compared to 367,167 units in May 2015. This includes sales of 147,479 units of motorcycle and 268,423 units of scooters.

TVS Motor's domestic sales growth too hovered around the 18 percent. Domestic two wheeler sales grew by 17.9 percent increasing from 175,533 units in May 2015 to 206,886 units in May 2016.

For TVS too, scooter was the dominant segment as it grew by 20.2 percent increasing from 54,426 units in May 2015 to 65,434 units in May 2016. Motorcycles sales grew by 5.6 percent increasing from 91,344 units in the month of May 2015 to 96,485 units in May 2016.

"Going forward, we should see growth in most segments of two wheelers where some sections will do far better. Scooters and top-end of motorcycles are expected to do really well. As far as lower end of the motorcycles is concerned, if forecast around monsoon comes true then, even that segment will see growth," explained

Sales Analysis: Two-Wheeler makers report healthy growth in May | ET Auto
 
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June 2016 two wheeler sales report - Hero, Honda, Bajaj, TVS, Royal Enfield, Yamaha, Suzuki, Mahindra


June 2016 proved to be a good month for all the major two wheeler makers in India. Almost all of them registered a healthy YoY growth.

Hero Motorcorp

Hero Motocorp’s sales were nearly flat in June 2016 with the company registering a meagre Year-On-Year growth of 1.3% at 5,49,533 units as against 5,42,362 units in last June. The company still leads the market by a huge margin and is expecting to have a strong show during the festive season.

Honda 2 Wheelers

It was yet another month of strong growth rate for the Japanese automaker which has cemented its second position in India long back and is now in the consolidation phase. Honda clocked 4,27,384 units last month compared to 3,48,808 units in June 2015, a growth of 22.52%.

Sales in the domestic market stood at 4,08,141 units which is a 23% growth. At 1,42,702 units, sales of motorcycles improved by 27% compared to the same month last year. Scooter sales last month stood at 265,439 units, a growth of 21%.

TVS Motor

TVS too posted a sizeable sales growth last month. The Hosur-based brand sold 247,085 units (both two and three wheelers) last month as against 222,017 units in the same month last year. The growth rate stands at 11%. Domestic two wheeler sales grew by 16.4% to 206,784 units.

Scooters brought in 10.4% growth with 67,539 units while motorcycles clocked 95,465 units at a rate of 7.6%.

Yamaha

It was an excellent month for Yamaha in India as it posted a growth of 31% in domestic sales (including Nepal). The company sold 67,203 units last month as against 51,432 units in previous June.

New scooter variants and increased focus on Tier-II and Tier-II regions have been proving to be very useful for the brand.

Royal Enfield

Royal Enfield has been the fastest growing two wheeler brand in India and it kept up its momentum in June as well. The retro classic motorcycle maker registered an impressive growth of 34% in domestic sales with 49,060 units as against June 2015’s 36,597 units.

Exports grew by 112% to 1,622 units. Overall sales grew by 36% to 50,682 units.

PS – Mahindra, Suzuki and Bajaj are yet to reveal sales figures for the month. Once they reveal, the post will be updated.

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TVS Motor Company posts 12% sales growth in November 2017

Hosur, December, 2017: TVS Motor Company registered a sales growth of 12% increasing from 224,971 units in November 2016 to 251,965 units in the month of November 2017.

Two-Wheeler

Total two-wheeler registered growth of 11.1% with sales increasing from 219,088 units in November 2016 to 243,323 units in November 2017. Domestic two-wheelers recorded growth of 6.1% with sales increasing from 191,499 units in November 2016 to 203,138 units in November 2017.

Scooter sales of the Company grew by 7.2% from 73,135 units in November 2016 to 78,397 units in November 2017. Motorcycles sales grew by 37.3% with sales increasing from 67,896 units in November 2016 to 93,202 units in November 2017.

Exports

The Company's total exports grew by 43.8% from 32,829 units registered in the month of November 2016 to 47,207 units in November 2017. Two-wheeler exports grew by 45.7% increasing from 27,589 units in November 2016 to 40,185 units in November 2017.

Three-Wheeler

Three-wheeler of the Company grew by 46.9% increasing from 5,883 units in November 2016 to 8,642 units registered in November 2017.

About TVS Motor Company

TVS Motor Company is a leading two and three-wheeler manufacturer, and is the flagship company of the USD 7 billion TVS Group. We believe in Championing Progress through Mobility. Rooted in our 100-year legacy of Trust, Value, Passion for Customers and Exactness, we take pride in making internationally aspirational products of the highest quality through innovative and sustainable processes. We endeavor to deliver the most superior customer experience at all our touch points across 60 countries. We are the only two-wheeler company to have received the prestigious Deming Prize. Our products lead in their respective categories in the JD Power IQS and APEAL surveys for the past three years. We have been ranked No. 1 Company in the JD Power Customer Service Satisfaction Survey for consecutive two years. For more information, please visit www.tvsmotor.com.
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TVS Motor Company posts 39% sales growth in December 2017

Hosur, January 01, 2018: TVS Motor Company registered a sales growth of 39% increasing from 184,944 units in December 2016 to 256,909 units in the month of December 2017.

Two-Wheeler

Total two-wheeler registered growth of 37.9% with sales increasing from 179,551 units in December 2016 to 247,630 units in December 2017. Domestic two-wheelers recorded growth of 35.4% with sales increasing from 153,456 units in December 2016 to 207,778 units in December 2017.

Scooter sales of the Company grew by 50.5% from 55,557 units in December 2016 to 83,640 units in December 2017. Motorcycles sales grew by 63.7% with sales increasing from 58,211 units in December 2016 to 95,281 units in December 2017.

Exports

The Company's total exports grew by 55.8% from 30,694 units registered in the month of December 2016 to 47,818 units in December 2017. Two-wheeler exports grew by 52.7% increasing from 26,095 units in December 2016 to 39,852 units in December 2017.

Three-Wheeler

Three-wheeler of the Company grew by 72.1% increasing from 5,393 units in December 2016 to 9,279 units registered in December 2017.

Third Quarter Sales Performance

During the third quarter of the financial year 2017 – 2018, two-wheeler sales of the Company grew by 13.8% increasing from 7.02 lakh units in the third quarter of the previous year to 7.99 lakh units in the third quarter of the current year. The three-wheeler sales of the Company grew by 67.7% increasing from 0.16 lakh units in the third quarter of the previous year to 0.27 lakh units in the third quarter of the current financial year.
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