Bajaj Auto sales rise 8% in Jan
Bajaj Auto on Tuesday reported an 8% increase in total sales at 4,25,199 units in January. The company had sold 3,94,473 units in the same month last year.
Total two-wheeler sales were at 3,84,936 units, against 3,32,342 units in the year-ago month, a growth of 16%.
Domestic two-wheeler sales were marginally lower at 1,57,404 units, compared to 1,57,796 units in January last year.
Bajaj Auto posted its highest ever two-wheeler exports in January at 2,27,532 units, compared to 1,74,546 units in the same month last year, a growth of 30%.
Commercial vehicle sales declined by 35% at 40,263 units in January, compared to 62,131 in the year-ago month.
Domestic three-wheeler sales were sharply lower at 13,353 units, compared to 35,076 units in the corresponding month last year, while exports were at 26,910 units, down from 27,055 units in January 2020.
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