Suzuki Motorcycle Pvt. Ltd. announces its sales report for September 2021. The two-wheeler manufacturer sold a total of 68,012 units for the given period. This includes 55,608 units for the domestic market. The domestic sales figure for September 2020 stood at 65,195 units. This translates to year-over-year growth of -14.71 per cent. The same for last month, i.e. August 2021, was 61,809 units, thus giving a month-over-month growth of -10.03 per cent.
Exports Figure In Detail
The export figure for September 2021 stood at 12,404 units, up from 6,466 units for the same period last year. Thus translating to year-over-year growth of 91.83 per cent. When compared to August 2021, the export figure increased by 750 units. This converts to a month-over-month growth of 6.44 per cent.
The company mentioned that there has been a significant improvement in terms of demand. And with the upcoming festive season, the demand is expected to grow even further. But there have been some constraints in the Supply Chain both for domestic as well as overseas markets. And thus, it is hampering to cater to the high demand. But, Suzuki is hopeful that the situation will get better soon. This will help them serve the customers to their best.
Suzuki Unveils The GSX-S1000GT
The Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer has unveiled its latest addition to the litre-class stable. The GSX-S1000GT comes with a futuristic design with a striking exterior profile. This makes it one of the better-looking motorcycles among its rivals. Powering the motorcycle is a 999cc four-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that produces 152 BHP of power.
In terms of kit and electronics, the motorcycle gets Suzuki’s Drive Mode Selector (S.D.M.S.) along with a host of other equipment. This includes Traction Control, Bi-directional Quick Shift system (Q.S.), Suzuki Exhaust Tuning (S.E.T.) and more. Other features are a TFT LCD instrument display integrated with Suzuki Intelligent Ride System (S.I.R.S.) and Cruise Control button. In the European market, Suzuki has put on a sticker price of GBP 11,600. There is still no news if this motorcycle will make it to the Indian market.
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