Bajaj Auto today reported a 30 per cent jump in total vehicle sales at 4,07,044 units in May this year.
The company had sold 3,13,756 vehicles units in the same month last year.
Motorcycle sales last month stood at 3,42,595 units, up 24 per cent, as against 2,77,115 units in the same month a year earlier, Bajaj Auto said in a statement.
The two-wheeler major said its exports rose by 31 per cent during the month to 1,82,419 units from 1,39,709 units in the corresponding year-ago period.
In the commercial vehicles category, sales in May jumped by 76 per cent to 64,449 units as compared with 36,641 units in the year-ago month.
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