Royal Enfield has announced its sales data for the last month. It reported selling 73,136 motorcycles in April 2023, as against the 62,155 units at the same time in the previous year, which is a jump of 18% in YoY sales. In the domestic sphere, the bikemaker has reported growth this April. It shipped 68,881 units in the domestic market last month, compared to 53,852 units in April 2022, registering a growth of 28%. Although the performance of the two-wheeler manufacturer in the domestic market was good, it faced a rough time in the export business. The bikemaker witnessed a decline in export sales. Internationally, it dispatched 4,255 units in April 2023, as against 8,303 during the same month the previous year, representing a drop of 49% in exports.
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Royal Enfield Sales March 2023
In comparison to 67,677 units sold in March 2022, Royal Enfield reported total sales of 72,235 motorcycles in March of this year, which is a 7% rise. On the domestic front, the bikemaker dispensed 59,884 units in March 2023, as opposed to 58,477 units sold at the same time last year, representing a 2% growth in sales. Additionally, Royal Enfield registered total sales of 8,34,895 motorcycles for the fiscal year that ended in March 2023, compared to 6,02,268 vehicles sold in the prior fiscal year, which is a substantial 39% increase and the highest-ever cumulative sales total in history.
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Royal Enfield: New Launches
Royal Enfield is readying a slew of models for the Indian market. The Royal Enfield Bullet 350, the Himalayan 450, the Shotgun 650 and more will reportedly launch in the country shortly. Ahead of the launch in our market, several spy images of these motorcycles keep popping up on the internet. Recently, the Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 was spotted testing. According to the spy shots, the test mule was in its near-production form. The prototype demonstrated that the upcoming model will likely have option of a Tripper Navigation. Also, there could be a circular display of all digital gauges. According to industry reports, the all-new Himalayan 450 will be more lightweight and include improved off-road capabilities. Price-wise, the motorcycle could command an ex-showroom cost of approximately Rs 2.80 lakh.
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