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Hero MotoCorp to Bajaj Auto, two-wheeler makers end 2019 on a bleak note

Auto companies in India count deliveries to dealers as sales.

Shally Seth Mohile 

Two-wheelers at display outside a showroom
Two-wheelers at display outside a showroom

Extending the downhill trend of previous months, two-wheeler ended the year on a bleak note. Combined sales volumes of top five manufacturers, including Hero MotoCorp, Bajaj Auto, TVS Motor, Royal Enfield, and Suzuki Motorcycle skidded 11.39 per cent to 1.1 million units during the month over the corresponding period. maintained a tight leash on dispatches to align supplies to demand. Auto in India count deliveries to dealers as sales. The controlled dispatches come ahead of the switchover to BS-VI emission norms, which take effect on April 1. Volumes are expected to remain in a negative terrain for the next two months as companies make way for the models compliant to the new norms.

From MotoCorp to Bajaj Auto, two-wheeler makers end 2019 on a bleak note


First Published: Thu, January 02 2020. 21:47 IST
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