The sales report of the top 10 best-selling 250cc-500cc bikes in India for October 2019 is out now. The first four positions in the list have been marked by Royal Enfield motorcycles. Starting from the top, the Royal Enfield Classic series was good enough to register a sales figure of 39,327 units last month.
The second position in the list has been grabbed by Royal Enfield Bullet series, which managed to post a sales figure of 21,116 units. The RE Thunderbird series and Himalayan were able to bag 4,199 units and 1,172 units respectively.
The Bajaj Dominar 400 continues to remain at the fifth position in the list but it has managed to post a 22% growth in its sales number in comparison to the last year’s sales figure in the same month. The bike was good enough to register 806 units in the previous month. The KTM 250 Duke ranks at the sixth position in the list with 666 units for October 2019.
Yamaha’s FZ25 was good enough to register a sales figure of 592 units and is at the seventh position in the list. The eighth position has been grabbed by Suzuki Gixxer 250 with 525 units on its side. KTM 390 series remains at the ninth position in the list with 361 units whereas the TVS Apache RR 310 grabbed the last position with 222 units on its side. Here is the complete sales report of the top 10 best-selling 250cc-500cc bikes in India.
Top 10 Best-Selling 250cc-500cc Bikes
Sales Report (October 2019)
- Royal Enfield Classic: 39,327 units
- Royal Enfield Bullet: 21,116 units
- Royal Enfield Thunderbird: 4,199 units
- Royal Enfield Himalayan: 1,172 units
- Bajaj Dominar 400: 806 units
- KTM 250 Duke: 666 units
- Yamaha FZ25: 592 units
- Suzuki Gixxer 250: 525 units
- KTM 390 Duke + RC 390: 361 units
- TVS Apache RR 310: 222 units
Other than the above-listed top 10 bikes, there are 5 more bikes in the 250cc-500cc segment, which have a major fan following in India.
- Kawasaki Ninja 300: 181 units
- Yamaha YZF-R3: 84 units
- Honda CB300R: 75 units
- Mahindra Mojo 300: 40 units
- Honda CBR250R: 8 units
Note: We have not listed Jawa motorcycles as Classic Legends has stopped revealing the sales data for its 300cc-segment motorcycles.