Apache RTR series (160, 180, 160 4V, 200 4V)
Lamentably, the information doesn’t uncover what number of individual units of every Apache RTR model was conveyed, so we’re compelled to think about the arrangement all in all. We’ve likewise considered the way that the Apache RTR 160, at Rs 95,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi), falls directly under the base value models for this rundown. In any case, it costs more than Rs 1 lakh (ex-showroom) in certain different urban communities and doesn’t contribute as generously as the other three models to the complete marketing projection, thus we’ve added it to the parcel.
The Apache arrangement sold an amazing aggregate of 3,65,232 units in FY2020. Also, despite a 21.5 percent decline from the 4,65,322 units sold in FY2019, it figured out how to clutch the last spot in the rundown of the top 10 most noteworthy selling models of the monetary year.
Back in December 2019, the Apache RTR 160 4V and RTR 200 4V were propelled in their BS6-agreeable cycles and outfitted with something beyond a cleaner motor. Deals numbers are falling over the car business, yet the new Apaches may help switch things around in support of its and permit it to clutch the top spot throughout the following year too.
Yamaha FZ, FZ-S V3.0
The Yamaha FZ V3.0 is in the runner up, however, you could state it’s the most noteworthy selling independent model in the Rs 1-1.5 lakh value section. The cost of the standard FZ (Rs 99,200) falls directly under the 1 lakh mark in Delhi, yet falls only above in different urban areas, as, it’s cut. The FZ-S, then, conveys an ex-showroom sticker price of Rs 1.03 lakh in Delhi.
In FY2020, the FZ V3.0 sold 1,77,621 units – a 19 percent drop from the 2,19,774 units sold the past budgetary year. On the flipside, trade numbers went up significantly – by 50 percent – from 70,725 units in FY2019 to 1,06,736 units in FY2020.
The FZ V3.0 hasn’t got a huge update in some time now, however, the numbers positively demonstrate that it’s despite everything selling in enormous amounts.
Royal Enfield Bullet 350
Royal Enfield has discharged separate deals numbers for the Bullet 350 and the Bullet 350 ES, with the previous selling 1,30,820 units in FY2020, landing it the third spot on this rundown. The Bullet 350 is likewise the model that is seen a minimal drop in deals, contrasted with the earlier year. To expand, the model sold 1,37,946 in FY 2019, which implies this monetary year has seen a minor 5 percent drop and that is very great, considering the significant fall the greater part of the market has encountered. The presentation of the lower estimated 350 X model in August 2019 will have surely helped here.
Bajaj Pulsar 180F, 160NS, 200NS
Likewise, with the TVS information, all the Pulsar models in the 150cc to 200cc classification are viewed as together. These incorporate the Pulsar 180F, 160NS, 200NS, and RS 200 that sold a consolidated aggregate of 1,18,022 units in FY2020 – a 19.6 percent drop from the 1,46,940 units sold in FY2019. This, regardless of the expansion of another 180F to the Pulsar go, means that how deals have endured in the course of the most recent year. A silver coating comes as fare numbers that have stayed consistent, with 1,20,282 units sent this financial year, contrasted with a practically indistinguishable 1,20,741 fare units in FY2019.
Bajaj Pulsar 220F
Keep going on the rundown is another Bajaj Pulsar – the 220F. It is another model on the rundown that hasn’t got a generous update in quite a while yet keeps on being mainstream among the majority. Be that as it may, deals dropped in contrast with FY2019 – somewhere near 10 percent from the 82,511 units sold in FY2019. Fares, then again, have gone up by a significant 68 percent – up from 12,599 units in FY2019 to 21,284 units in FY2020.