Top 30 Best-Selling Bikes in India

The mega list of top 30 best-selling bikes is a complete visualization of the Indian automobile market and the geared machine segment. The numbers here speak for their respective brands, keeping serious competition available on all grounds at all times. The changing scenarios of our market are visible through some pricey options in top places, showing how motorcycling turned from a mere A-to-B commute to a way of living for a considerable bunch of riders.

2018 Hero Super Splendor
Hero Splendor is the Best-Selling Motorcycle in India

Top 30 Best-Selling Bikes in India

Sales Report (August 2018)

  1. Hero Splendor – 2,24,116 units
  2. Hero HF Deluxe – 1,83,716 units
  3. Honda CB Shine – 1,08,790 units
  4. Hero Passion – 82,681 units
  5. Bajaj CT100 – 82,424 units
  6. Hero Glamour – 74,097 units
  7. Bajaj Pulsar – 70,051 units
  8. Royal Enfield Classic – 46,268 units
  9. Bajaj Platina – 45,921 units
  10. TVS Apache – 38,837 units
  11. Honda Dream – 31,772 units
  12. Honda CB Unicorn – 25,661 units
  13. Yamaha FZ + Fazer – 20,540 units
  14. TVS Sport – 19,708 units
  15. Honda Livo – 18,535 units
  16. TVS Star City – 14,850 units
  17. Royal Enfield Bullet – 13,407 units
  18. Bajaj Discover – 9,149 units
  19. Honda xBlade – 8,884 units
  20. TVS Victor – 8,321 units
  21. Yamaha R15 – 8,081 units
  22. Royal Enfield Thunderbird – 7,831 units
  23. Honda CB Hornet – 7,221 units
  24. Bajaj Avenger – 4,786 units
  25. Yamaha Saluto – 4,779 units
  26. Suzuki Gixxer – 4,669 units
  27. Yamaha SZ – 2,768 units
  28. KTM Duke 200 + RC 200 – 2,708 units
  29. Hero Xtreme – 2,510 units
  30. Bajaj Dominar – 1,122 units

The list contains combined numbers for bikes with similar parent series such as Classic, Bullet, Thunderbird, Unicorn, FZ, and Avenger. Royal Enfield Classic, Bajaj Pulsar, and TVS Apache are three clear examples where the mileage friendly Indian nature was left behind for more fun on the throttle. Strict racers like Yamaha R15 even have bigger numbers than some of the most value for money products available in the Indian market.

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Bajaj Dominar 400
Despite being an excellent value for money motorcycle, the Bajaj Dominar is the last bike in the top 30 list