TVS Motor Company announces its sales report for September 2021. The two-wheeler manufacturer sold a total of 3,47,156 units for the given month.
Detailed Sales Figure
For the month of September 2021, the company posted a total sales of 3,32,511 two-wheelers. Meanwhile, the figure for September 2020 stood at 3,13,332 units. Two-wheelers accounted for 2,44,084 units in the domestic market for the given period, as opposed to 2,41,762 units for September 2020. Further, with the upcoming festive season, TVS expects the demand to grow much stronger. Motorcycles sales saw a growth of 19 per cent. The figure for September 2021 stood at 1,66,046 units; meanwhile, the same for last year was 1,39,698 units. Scooters accounted for 1,04,091 units in September 2021, as against 1,03,877 units in September 2020.
TVS’s export figure grew from 85,163 units in September 2020 to 1,02,259 units for September 2021. This translates to a growth of 20 per cent. The Two-wheeler export figure rose by 24 per cent. The figure for September 2021 stood at 88,427 units as opposed to 71,570 units for September 2020.
In this segment, TVS registered a total sales of 14,645 units for September 2021, up from 14,360 units for the same period last year.
Quarterly Sales Report
In the second quarter of this financial year, TVS’s two-wheeler range saw a growth of 4 per cent when compared to the second quarter of FY 20-21. The company sold a total of 8.70 units for the given period as against 8.34 units in the second quarter of FY 20-21. In the three-wheeler segment, the company registered a growth of 41 per cent. For the given quarter TVS sold a total of 0.47 units of three-wheelers meanwhile the figure for the same period last year stood at 0.33 lakhs.
In Other News
TVS Jupiter, one of the top-selling scooters in India, albeit in the 110cc engine. But, now TVS has launched the 125cc version of the Jupiter that will take on the Honda Activa 125, Suzuki Access and more. To make the most of the e-mobility market, TVS has tied up with Tata Power to set up a charging ecosystem. Under this MoU, both the companies will aim to build a vast and robust charging infrastructure in the country.