hello, friends every year the companies launch their sales chart to the public to attract more to their brands so here we are come up with the top 3 most selling bikes in India in 2021.
1. Hero Splendor
- On the top position we see there was the Hero Splendor that topped the sales chart yet again by recording a 94.86% growth in sales, amounting to 2,80,090 units in March 2021
The Hero Splendor BS6 remains a no-frills motorcycle. It gets a basic lighting system and analogue console. This basic instrumentation reads out only the speed, total distance covered, and fuel level. The bikini fairing and the iconic rectangular headlight have been synonymous with the Splendor. The i3S variant, as the name suggests, comes with the Idle Stop-Start System. This feature turns off the engine while it idles for more than 5 seconds in traffic. The engine turns back on once the clutch lever is pulled. This should help in extracting more mileage out of the motorcycle, especially on traffic-riddled roads.
62,535 – 67,845 Get On Road Price
2. Hero HF Deluxe
- The second place was also taken up by a Hero motorcycle, the Hero HF Deluxe. Despite being mechanically identical to the Hero Splendor and yet cheaper, the HF Deluxe recorded an increase of just 25.69% with 1, 44,505 units sold in March 2021.
The design of the Hero HF Deluxe is fairly conventional. It does look a bit more stylish than the Splendor but still, the elements remain old school. There is no LED lighting on the bike or digital instrumentation. The twin-pod analogue console has very limited data on offer like a speedometer and a fuel gauge as these are accompanied by a few telltale lights. The more affordable Hero HF 100 comes in an all-black color scheme with red and grey stickers and simpler blacked-out grab rails. This variant doesn’t get an electric starter either.
49,400 – 61,975 Get On Road Price
3. Royal Enfield Classic 350
The next one is Royal Enfield Classic 350. Despite being old and on the verge of receiving a generational update, the sales of the Royal Enfield Classic 350 don’t seem to slow down. 31,694 units of the motorcycle were sold in March 2021
The Classic 350 has never been a feature-rich motorcycle, receiving only some minor updates since 2009. The lighting systems are basic bulb units, the speedometer is a simple analogue unit and aside from the odometer, no other data is relayed back to the rider. There are two tell-tale lights for low fuel and engine check (introduced with the BS6 updates).
It arrives in two trims: single-channel and dual-channel ABS. The Classic 350 finally gets a closed-loop fuel injection with an oxygen sensor in the exhaust. The variants with the alloy wheels are wrapped with tubeless tires on both ends, which can handle punctures much better than tubed ones.
- 1.72 – 1.98 Lakh Get On Road Price