Royal Enfield reports 12% YoY sales growth in April | Autocar Professional


Royal Enfield recorded 12 percent on-year growth in its April sales volume as the two-wheeler maker saw a robust uptick in domestic and international market demand.

The automaker dispatched a total of 81,870 two-wheelers in April, against 73,136 units in the same month the previous year. Almost 90 percent of the Royal Enfield sales come from models with engine capacity of up to 350 cc.

Sales of models with engine capacity engine capacity up to 350cc rose 13 percent to 72,866 in the month, while sales of models with engine capacity exceeding 350 cc grew 7 percent to 9,004 units. International business volume jumped 61 percent to 6,832 units.

Royal Enfield’s portfolio includes ten models – Bullet 350, Classic 350, Hunter 350, Meteor 350, the 411cc-engine powered Scram 411 and Himalayan adventure bikes, the 650cc twins (Interceptor 650, Continental GT 650), the Super Meteor 650 and Shotgun 650.

In March, Royal Enfield sold a total of 75,551 motorcycles, up 5 percent on year.

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