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Suzuki Motorcycle India sold 7,54,938 units from April 2021 – March 2022

Written by AnantaSaranNayak

Suzuki Motorcycle has released its sales report for March 2022. The two-wheeler maker posted a total sales of 65,495 units. The figure breaks down as 50,734 units for the domestic market and 14,761 units for export. All in all, starting from April 2021 to March 2022, the company posted a total sales of 7,54,938 units, up from 5,91,846 units for the same period last year. This results in a sales growth of 27.6 per cent. Post the Covid Period, Suzuki’s progress is quite commendable.

Suzuki Avenis – A Popular Choice Amongst Customer

The recently launched Avenis is turning out as a top pick in its segment. Suzuki mentioned that the response to the scooter has been quite overwhelming in the market. Within just a couple of months since its launch, the scooter has drawn in a significant number of customers. Powering the scooter is a 124.3 cc 4-stroke air-cooled fuel-injected engine.

The performance figure reads as 8.7 PS of power and 10 Nm of torque. The scooter gets a ground clearance of 160mm and a seat height of 780mm. Braking powering comes from a disc setup at the front and a drum at the rear. Avenis’s chassis gets the support of telescopic suspension at the front and single suspension at the rear. Intra City commuters will appreciate the Avenis’ 5.2-litre fuel tank capacity as well

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Suzuki has updated the upcoming motorcycles in 2022 for the Indian market. The launch of the third-generation Hayabusa was unsurprisingly quite successful. And now, taking inspiration from the same, Suzuki will introduce more big bikes in the country. The list includes mouth-watering nameplates like Suzuki GSX 250R, C50 & C50T, DR-Z125L, Katana, V-Strom 1050 XT and V-Strom 1050 XT Adventure will arrive in the international market. And for the Indian market, we would only see the V-Strom 650XT and the new Hayabusa. Given the growing sales volume for the two-wheeler maker, Suzuki just might choose to bring in more products for the Indian market.

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