Sales Report: Top 10 Best-Selling Scooters in April 2019

The top 10 best-selling scooters of India are struggling for big sales numbers as the gap between the sales figure of geared and gearless products has widened in the last few months. Honda Activa has slowed down the domination of the scooters in the Indian market as the gap between the best-selling scooter and the Hero Splendor is now more visible.

The scooter is available in three variant options and scored 2,10,961 units in April 2019. The number is slightly smaller in comparison the sales figure of the next nine scooters combined and thus, cannot be called small during in-segment comparisons.

Top 10 Best-Selling Scooters

Sales Report (April 2019)

  1. Honda Activa: 2,10,961 units
  2. TVS Jupiter: 54,984 units
  3. Suzuki Access: 48,463 units
  4. Honda Dio: 46,501 units
  5. TVS Ntorq: 20,684 units
  6. Hero Destini: 16,301 units
  7. Yamaha Fascino: 14,873 units
  8. Honda Grazia: 11,823 units
  9. Hero Pleasure: 10,689 units
  10. Yamaha Ray: 10,336 units
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TVS Jupiter is the second best-selling product with 54,984 units in April 2019. It is followed by two potential products, one being the Access 125 (48,463 units) and other known as Honda Dio (46,501 units). TVS NTorq is a great product and getting 20,684 units on this list makes it the fifth best-selling scooter of India. Hero Destini is another value for money option with 16,301 units registered to its name. Yamaha Fascino follows next with 14,873 units while Honda Grazia was good for 11,823 units.

Suzuki Access 125
Suzuki Access 125

Hero Pleasure and Yamaha Ray were two closest competitors with 10,689 and 10,336 units respectively. The most powerful and sporty option here is TVS NTorq while the least powerful scooter on the list is Hero Pleasure. The era of gearless two-wheelers changed the rider’s view regarding city commute as automatic shifts are helpful in keeping stress away that comes through extensive gear changing needs when riding a motorcycle or a geared-scooter.

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