Suzuki Motorcycle India is one of the leading manufacturers of two-wheeled vehicle from Japan. Based on the latest report, which brought joy even to Suzuki motorcycle dealers in the UK, their sales for the previous month had an increase of 17.7 per cent. For the domestic market alone, the company was able to sell a total of 62,596 units of motorcycles for the month of May 2019. This is in comparison to 53,167 units which were sold during the same period of year 2018.
The bottom line is that Suzuki Motorcycle India recorded a year on year growth of 22 per cent after they were able to sell 71,640 units. The figure already took into account the exports. Looking back at the same month last year, the total number of units sold were only 58,682. According to the company, they were able to sell 137,582 units for the past two months starting April until May 2019. This number helped them move forward to their goal to reach a target of one million sales for the fiscal year 2019 to 2020.
Devanish Handa, Suzuki Motorcycle India’s vice president, said that the excellent performance of the company proved that many are still trusting the brand Suzuki when it comes to two-wheeled vehicles in India. This is despite the fact that the industry is currently suffering from a lean phase. Yet, this did not hinder Suzuki Motorcycle India to achieve a growth that is in double digits.
He also said that they are already branching out with regards to their motorcycle portfolio through the introduction of their new line which is called New Gixxer SF Series to be released in the country. They are hoping that the customers will receive the new line with open arms and the company will try its best in order to achieve another double-digit increase.
The story of the Indian company inspired Suzuki motorcycle dealers in the UK to give in more of their efforts in order to achieve the success that the company is now experiencing. Customers in India can soon expect another addition as the company plans to release the Gixxer SF to the domestic market soon.