The Hero Splendor dominated the Indian two-wheeler market for another month in February 2023, with the Honda Activa and Bajaj Pulsar also placed on the podium. Let’s take a look at the top ten selling two-wheelers in India during the smallest month of the year, based on sales figures.
Top 10 Most Selling Bikes And Scooters Of 2023 In India
1. Hero Splendor – 288,605 Units
The world’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer sold 288.605 units of the entry-level motorcycle, the Hero Splendor, in February 2023.
Sales of the Hero Splendor increased by 48.97% (94,874 units) when compared to the 193,731 units that were sold in February 2022. The recent introduction of the Honda Shine 100 increases the Hero Splendor’s competition.
2. Honda Activa – 174,503 Units
The most popular scooter in India was the only other two-wheeler to reach six figures on the market last month. Honda sold 174,503 Activa scooters last month, a 20.08 percent (29,186 units) increase from February 2022’s 145,321 units.
3. Bajaj Pulsar – 80,106 Units
The most popular sports bike lineup in India ranked third on our list of the month’s best-selling two-wheelers in India. Last month, a total of 80,106 Pulsars left the Bajaj showroom premises.
In comparison to February 2022, when Bajaj sold 54,951 units of its popular sporting motorcycle, sales of the Pulsar lineup increased by 45.78 percent (25,155 units) last month. Anticipate that Pulsar sales will continue to rise as a result of the introduction of 2023 220F and the updated NS160 and NS200.
4. Hero HF Deluxe (56,290)
Last month, Hero sold 56,290 units of the HF Deluxe. Sales of the entry-level commuter motorbike fell by 25.86% (19,637 units) in February 2022, when Hero sold 75,927 HF Deluxes in India.
5. TVS Jupiter – 53,891 Units
The TVS Jupiter remains India’s second best-selling scooter brand, with the Hosur-based company selling 53,891 units of the gearless scooter last month. Jupiter’s sales increased by 14.44 percent (6,799 units) compared to the 47,092 units sold in February 2022.
6. Suzuki Access – 40,194 vehicles
The third scooter on this list is the Suzuki Access, with the Japanese manufacturer selling 40,194 units in February 2023. Sales of the Access increased by 7.15 percent (2,682 units) year on year compared to February 2022, when Suzuki shipped 37,512 units.
7. Honda Shine – 35,594 Units
The Honda Shine is the current 125cc sector king, with the Japanese manufacturer selling 35,594 units last month. The Shine 125’s sales fell by 56.43 percent (46,106 units) year on year compared to the 81,700 units of the commuter bike Honda shipped out in February 2022.
8. TVS XL 100 – 35,346 Units
Last month, the TVS XL 100, the Indian bike market’s old dependable workhorse, found 35,346 new owners. However, Y-o-Y sales of the XL 100 fell by 502 units (1.4%) compared to the 35,848 units sold in February 2022.
9. TVS Apache Units: 34,935
The TVS Apache lineup ranked ninth on the February 2023 sales rankings, with the Hosur-based manufacturer selling 34,935 units of its sporty motorcycles.
In comparison to the previous year, the Apache lineup increased by 111.94 percent or 18,529 units. In February 2022, TVS sold 16,406 units of the Apache lineup.
10. TVS Raider – 30,346 Units
The Raider is TVS’s 125cc commuter offering with a dynamic appearance. Last month, 30,346 Raiders found new homes, an increase of 105.82 percent (15,602 units) compared to February 2022, when 14,744 units of the agile commuter were sold.
Last month, the Hero Splendor maintained its dominance in the Indian two-wheeler industry, with the Activa being the only other vehicle on this list to reach six figures. The Pulsar remained the most popular brand of sporty two-wheelers in the country, while TVS had the most offerings in the top 10, occupying four slots.