Top 10 Best-Selling 250cc-500cc Bikes (Sales Report): At present, the 250cc-500cc bike segment is the most favourable segment among the youngsters across India. The sales report for the top 10 best-selling bikes under this segment is out now. As usual, the Royal Enfield motorcycles shine at the first four positions in this list.
The Royal Enfield Classic series has ranked at the first position with a sales figure of 36,231 units. The second position in the list has been bagged by the Bullet Series that registered 16,567 units. Following it is the brand’s Thunderbird series with 3,674 units for November 2019.
Royal Enfield Himalayan positioned itself at fourth position in the list by registering 793 units last month. These four bikes grabbed the first four positions in the list in October 2019 as well. The next bike on the list is the KTM 250 Duke that grabbed the fifth position by registering a sales figure of 456 units, which is 21% more than what it had posted in November last year. Next product on the list is the Bajaj Dominar 400 with 311 units on its side.
The seventh position has been bagged by the Suzuki Gixxer 250 that registered a sales figure of 258 units. KTM 390 Duke (including the RC 390) stood at eighth position and the series was able to post a combined sales number of 251 units.
The ninth position in the list has been bagged by Yamaha’s FZ25 by registering sales of 168 units whereas the TVS Apache RR 310 was capable to register just 112 units and bagged the tenth position in the list of the top 10 best-selling 250cc-500cc bikes in India.
Best-Selling 250cc-500cc Bikes
Sales Report (November 2019)
- RE Classic Series: 36,231 units
- RE Bullet Series: 16,567 units
- RE Thunderbird Series: 3,674 units
- Royal Enfield Himalayan: 793 units
- KTM 250 Duke: 456 units
- Bajaj Dominar 400: 311 units
- Suzuki Gixxer 250 + SF 250: 258 units
- KTM 390 Duke + RC 390: 251 units
- Yamaha FZ25 + Fazer 250: 168 units
- TVS Apache RR 310: 112 units
Other than the above-listed top 10 bikes, there are 7 more bikes in the 250cc-500cc segment that have a considerable fan following in India:
- Kawasaki Ninja 300: 77 units
- Yamaha YZF-R3: 52 units
- Kawasaki Ninja 400: 45 units
- Honda CB300R: 18 units
- Mahindra Mojo 300: 1 unit
- Honda CBR250R: 0 units
- Kawasaki Versys 300: 0 units
- UM Renegade Series: 0 units
Note: We have not included the Jawa motorcycles in this list as Classic Legends has stopped revealing the sales figures from the past few months.