The large two-wheeler company TVS Motor Company sold 250,933 units of vehicles in December 2021 compared to 272,084 units in December 2020. Total sales of two-wheelers amounted to 235,392 units in December of the year. last against 258,239 units in December 2020, while national sales of two-wheelers stood at 146,763 units in December 2021.
During the period last year, sales amounted to 176,912 units.
TVS said its motorcycle sales rose 12%, from 119,051 units in December 2020 to 133,700 units in December of last year. The company recorded scooter sales of 67,553 units in December 2021, up from 77,705 units in December 2020.
TVS Motor saw a 10% growth in its international activities, from 94,269 units in December 2020 to 103,420 units in December 2021. Its exports of two-wheelers increased by 9%, from 81,327 units. one year ago to 88,629 units in December. Last year. The company’s three-wheeler sales increased 12%, from 13,845 units in December 2020 to 15,541 units in December 2021.
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In the third quarter of the current fiscal year, TVS Motor’s two-wheeler sales amounted to 8.3 lakh units compared to sales of 9.5 lakh units in the third quarter of the previous year. Sales of its three-wheelers increased by 17%, from 0.38 lakh units in the third quarter of the previous year to 0.44 lakh units in the third quarter of the current year. While the company’s total exports increased 13% from 2.6 lakh units in the third quarter of the previous year to 2.9 lakh units in the third quarter of the current fiscal year.
TVS Motor recently released the Apache RTR 165 RP motorcycle as part of its Race Performance (RP) series. The motorcycle, which will be limited to just 200 units, is priced at ??1.45 lakh (ex-showroom). The TVS RP series is inspired by the brand’s racing lineage that will debut in the TVS Apache motorcycle series, with the Apache RTR 165 RP being the first of the collectible lot.