Suzuki Motorcycle India managed to sell 68,018 units in June 2022.
Suzuki Motorcycle India announced that it managed to record overall sales of 68,018 units in June 2022. Out of these units, the company had sold 52,929 units in the domestic market, while the other 15,089 units were exported outside last month.
Overall sales growth was recorded at 37% in June 22 compared to the corresponding period a year ago. “In June 2022, we successfully recorded overall sales of 68,018 units, which translated into year-over-year sales growth of 37%. This consistent business performance is the result of the growing demand for Suzuki two wheelers in India and overseas markets.As a responsible company, we remain committed to providing quality products to all of our customers.We are grateful to all of our customers, dealer partners and staff for their continued support and confidence in the Suzuki brand,” said Satoshi Uchida, General Manager of Suzuki Motorcycle.
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Meanwhile, the company is gearing up to expand its large bike portfolio in the country. Manufacturer Hayabusa has recently teased the arrival of a new bike in India which will be called ‘Katana’. This bike was also exhibited in India at the Auto Expo 2020. The company will be rolling out the latest 2022 model in the country, which was also previously shown at the 78th International Motorcycle and Accessories Show (EICMA). The latest model sports a completely revamped color range and several new updates, both in terms of mechanics and technology.
It gets a 998cc inline 4-cylinder engine which is now Euro 5 homologated and has been updated with a new camshaft profile, new valve springs, new clutch, new exhaust system between others to improve maximum power. It delivers 152 hp of maximum power. The bike comes with an electronically controlled throttle and a range of other electronic rider safety components.
Expect the launch to take place a little later in July or in the first week of August this year.
Date of first publication: Jul 02, 2022, 4:16 PM IST