Guwahati News Desk: Due to the increasing fuel prices in India somehow it has affected the two-wheeler market too.
In June, Indian giant two-wheeler brand Hero Motocorp leads the market by selling 4,38,514 units, as per a report to Auto Car India.
Hero Motocorp is known for manufacturing commuter segments bikes from the Splendor series to the Glamour series and Passion series which is also known and famous for its economic performance.
The legendary bike from 90’s Splendor+ is leading its sales every month as in May, 84,043 units were sold as a report released by Moto Beam.
After Hero Motocorp, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India are listed on the second of the list with sales of 2,12,446 units in June followed by Bajaj Auto with 1,55,640 units standing third on the list.
During to increasing petrol prices, sold at Rs 101.19 paisa in New Delhi as looking to the sales of the two-wheelers, people are preferring commuting bikes for better mileage.
After Splendor +, HF Deluxe list on the second of highest selling two-wheelers in May. The most popular sports bike of India led by the Indian market Bajaj Pulsar 125 has the third-highest sales in India with 28,636 units. Bahai Auto has decreased its engine power of Bajaj Pulsar 150 and launched in 2019 with replica design is becomes famous among the pulsar lovers.
Two-wheelers companies have brought their high segment bikes with lower power at affordable prices and more mileage.
Recently according to the sources, Bajaj has registered a trademark of the late 90’s bike popularly known as Bajaj Kawasaki Caliber and its competitor TVS also registered its trademark of Fiero which was one of the highest-selling bikes in the late 90’s which both were from the economy segment.