The sales report for November 2018 saw considerable product reshuffling, with Bajaj Pulsar staying on the top with 69,579 units, and losing a considerable chunk in comparison to their number posted in the last few months. Still, the difference in numbers posted by the rival TVS Apache (29,947 units) is huge, listing more than double customers for the Bajaj Pulsar. Honda CB Unicorn, the flagship commuter of its kind, registered 23,402 units in the month of November. The 160cc variant of Unicorn registered zero sales. Here is the list of top 10 best-selling 150cc-250cc bikes in India.
Top 10 Best-Selling 150cc-250cc Bikes
Sales Report (November 2018)
- Bajaj Pulsar – 69,579 units
- TVS Apache – 29,947 units
- Honda CB Unicorn 150 – 23,402 units
- Yamaha FZ + Fazer – 15,705 units
- Yamaha R15 – 6060 units
- Honda CB Hornet 160R – 4000 units
- Hero Xtreme – 3656 units
- Bajaj Avenger – 3652 units
- Honda xBlade – 3130 units
- Suzuki Gixxer – 2933 units
The fourth position in November 2018 was bagged by Yamaha FZ (including both engines and Fazer variant). The number of units scored was just 15,705. A sudden drop is seen after the fourth spot as Yamaha R15 comes next with 6060 units. Honda comes next with 4000 units of CB Hornet while Hero Xtreme (both engines) got 3656 buyers. Bajaj Avenger followed close with just 4 units less than the seventh position. Honda xBlade is another bestseller with 3130 units while Suzuki Gixxer is good for the tenth position with 2933 units in November 2018.
Here is the list of remaining motorcycles that are available in India in the 150-250cc segment. The most powerful motorcycle on the above list is Pulsar RS200 while least power-to-weight ratio comes from Honda Unicorn.
- Yamaha SZ – 2203 units
- KTM 200 Duke + RC 200 – 2096 units
- Bajaj V15 – 1035 units
- Suzuki Intruder – 497 units
- KTM 250 Duke – 377 units
- Hero Achiever – 346 units
- Honda CBR250R – 104 units