Monthly Sales Report: Top 10 Best-Selling Scooters in India (Feb 2018)
Top 10 Best-Selling Scooters in India: Indian scooter market has grown multiple folds since the introduction of Activa in 2000. Scooters were considered a very useful household entity with their ability to get luggage placed between the legs on a flat board.
The story continued for years and years, getting multiple highs and lows to reach the present day scenario for gear-less scooters. Today, Honda Activa is the highest selling scooter of February 2018 with 2,47,377 units of sale in these 28 days. TVS Jupiter has followed since last few months and now stands second with 63,534 units of sale in February 2018.
Honda Dio (technically another Activa) stood third with 41,556 units while Suzuki Access followed close with 39,061 units for the fourth position. Hero Maestro is also selling great with 35,165 units during February 2018. Soon after the fifth slot, a sudden drop in sales can be seen for next five products.
Honda Grazia, the recently launched scooter with LED lights and more, scored 23,620 units during this period. It was the last product to cross 20k mark in top 10 selling scooters. Hero Duet sold 18,065 units for the seventh position while Pleasure stood eighth with 16,893 units.
Top 10 Best-Selling Scooters
*Sales Report (February 2018)
- Honda Activa – 2,47,377 Units
- TVS Jupiter – 63,534 Units
- Honda Dio – 41,556 Units
- Suzuki Access – 39,061 Units
- Hero Maestro – 35,165 Units
- Honda Grazia – 23,620 Units
- Hero Duet – 18,065 Units
- Hero Pleasure – 16,893 Units
- Yamaha Fascino – 12,908 Units
- Yamaha Ray – 12,777 Units
Yamaha Fascino and Ray are two of their best selling products with 12,908 and 12,777 units for February 2018. These two have made Yamaha more scooter specific than ever while same can be said for TVS after the success of Jupiter.
Both Hero and Honda are well known for their commuter centric approach as they have been selling these entry level products to raise a large profit amount that even popular motorcycle brands could not imagine. When comparing top selling motorcycles and scooters, the share for these gear-less machines falls around 35-40%.