TVS November Sales up by 12% at 2.51 Lakh Units
Total two-wheeler sales were at 2,43,323 units last month as against 2,19,088 units in November 2016, a growth of 11.1 percent.
TVS Akula 310 Concept. (Photo: TVS Motors)
TVS Motor Company reported a 12 percent increase in total sales at 2,51,965 units in November 2017. The company had sold a total of 2,24,971 units in November 2016, TVS Motor Company said in a statement.
Total two-wheeler sales were at 2,43,323 units last month as against 2,19,088 units in November 2016, a growth of 11.1 percent. During the month, domestic two-wheeler sales increased 6.1 percent to 2,03,138 units as against 1,91,499 units in the year-ago month, it added.
Motorcycle sales were at 93,202 units as compared to 67,896 units in November 2016, a growth of 37.3 percent. Scooter sales rose 7.2 percent to 78,397 units in November as against 73,135 units in the same month last year, the company said.
Three-wheeler sales grew by 46.9 percent to 8,642 units as against 5,883 units in November 2016. TVS Motor said its total exports grew 43.8 percent in November at 47,207 units as compared with 32,829 units in the same month last year.
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