Complete Sales Report of Scooters You Can Buy in India

The rise of urbanization has directly benefited the scooter market, with more and more people preferring gearless everyday commute in India. The tire size may have gone small but, better roads and abundance of illumination on the road has ended the need for a robust machine that could tackle all the harshness of the now endangered bad roads. The first five scooters have miraculous numbers, quite visible through their presence on every red signal around the city. The next seven are still very promising, bringing popularity that varies from one region to the other. The numbers posted by these twelve products are worth praising.

Honda Activa 5G
Honda Activa 5G

The next eight products have four-digit sales figure each, still counting a considerable number of deliveries for certain dealerships every day. The fall is sharp in comparison to other products but, calling them less capable would be a wrong statement. These twenty products have their own cult following mostly shifting between the nearby products than the first five. Last three products on this list are existing because the brand wishes to retain them or else, the numbers are not at all promising. Even discontinuing Suzuki Lets, Aprilia SR 125 or Mahindra Gusto may not pose any threat to the brand or its upcoming plans for the Indian market.

TVS Jupiter
TVS Jupiter

Scooters Available in India

Sales Report (August 2018)

  1. Honda Activa – 3,10,851 units
  2. TVS Jupiter – 79,223 units
  3. Suzuki Access 125 – 48,436 units
  4. Honda Dio – 39,068 units
  5. Hero Maestro – 31,691 units
  6. Hero Duet – 22,036 units
  7. Yamaha Fascino – 20,576 units
  8. TVS Ntorq 125 – 18,024 units
  9. Hero Pleasure – 17,912 units
  10. Honda Grazia – 15,375 units
  11. Yamaha Ray – 14,244 units
  12. TVS Scooty Pep Plus – 13,635 units
  13. Honda Aviator – 7,701 units
  14. Suzuki Burgman Street – 7,365 units
  15. TVS Zest – 6,360 units
  16. Piaggio Vespa – 5,101 units
  17. TVS Wego – 2,956 units
  18. Aprilia SR 150 – 2,903 units
  19. Honda Cliq – 2,138 units
  20. Yamaha Alpha – 2,120 units
  21. Suzuki Lets – 451 units
  22. Aprilia SR 125 – 277 units
  23. Mahindra Gusto – 205 units
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Complete Sales Report of Scooters You Can Buy in India
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