Top 10 Best-Selling 150cc-250cc Bikes (June 2019): The 150-250cc motorcycle segment is not able to escape from witnessing the drop in sales like the rest of the 2-wheeler segments in India. The bikes which were the most desired products at some time have now lost their significance in the market due to the overall slowdown in the auto industry.
For June 2019, the Bajaj Pulsar ranks at the first place by registering sales of 83,008 units. The consistency to remain on top continues for Pulsar like the previous month. The star bike of TVS Motor, the Apache series marks the second place for itself with 37,967 units sold in June 2019.
Bajaj and TVS are the two brands which are nearly unbeatable when it comes to their motorcycles Pulsar and Apache respectively. There is a huge fan following for the two and fans always expect something new from both the brands in terms of design and technology.
The third position was occupied by the Honda CB Unicorn 150, which managed to register 27,249 units last month. Yamaha’s FZ series bagged the 4th spot by registering 15,880 units in June 2019. The Bajaj Avenger lies at number five with 9,033 units sold in the same period.
Yamaha R15 remains on the 6th position as it was in May this year and registered a sales figure of 4,967 units. Honda XBlade 160 was good enough to register 3,166 units and is on the 7th position in this list.
In June 2019, the Honda’s CB Hornet 160R has surpassed the Suzuki’s Gixxer 155 in terms of sales by registering 3,112 units and marked 8th position as compared to Gixxer’s 2,658 units, which bagged the 10th spot.
There is a new entry in the top 10 list of best-selling 150cc-250cc bikes in India. The Hero Xpulse 200 series was able to register a sales figure of 2,674 units and it is an impressive sales number as this bike was launched in India recently.
Best-Selling 150cc-250cc Bikes
Sales Report (June 2019)
- Bajaj Pulsar: 83,008 units
- TVS Apache: 37,967 units
- Honda CB Unicorn: 27,249 units
- Yamaha FZ + FZS: 15,880 units
- Bajaj Avenger: 9,033 units
- Yamaha R15: 4,967 units
- Honda xBlade: 3,166 units
- Honda CB Hornet 160R: 3,112 units
- Hero XPulse 200: 2,674 units
- Suzuki Gixxer + Gixxer SF: 2,658 units
Other than these 10 bikes, there are 9 more bikes in the 150cc-250cc segment, which hold an important position in the Indian 2-wheeler industry. We have skipped the Honda CB Unicorn 160 and the Yamaha SZ-RR V2, as both these bikes were recently discontinued in India.
- Hero Xtreme: 1,992 units
- KTM 200 Duke + RC 200: 1,891 units
- Yamaha MT-15: 1,368 units
- Hero Xtreme 200R: 837 units
- Yamaha FZ25 + Fazer 25: 827 units
- KTM Duke 250: 570 units
- Suzuki Intruder: 190 units
- Honda CBR250R: 51 units
- Suzuki Gixxer SF 250: 0 units