SYM. New All Time Sales Record hit already with November figures


SYM motorcycles is ending the 2020 with the new all-time sales record world-wide having already hit the milestone of 0.4 million sales at the end of November, new record and first time over this barrier. Sales were boosted by performance in Taiwan and Europe

McD tracks new vehicles registrations across the World (over 80 countries), reporting data on calendar year. When you wish to compare data reported by us to those declared by the manufacturers, consider they usually report their “sales” (vehicles invoiced), which are usually different from “registrations”, accordingly with their fiscal year split. 

SYM Global Sales in 2020

In the 2020 SYM motorcycles has been more then resilient to the crisis and thanks to the momentum both in Taiwan and Europe the Taiwanese firm achieved the new all time record, one month before the year end.

The Taiwanese government has been among the best in the World in managing the Covid19 risks and few cases have been detected in the country not requiring any block to the standard economic activity within the country. The motorcycles industry kept the positive track and SYM reported sales increased 27.8% in the first eleven months of the year.

In Europe SYM sales declined during the first half. However, the aggressive commercial policy pursued in South Europe, allowed to minimize the volume lost and to speed up the recovery, with year to date November sales at 64.648 are up 4.9%.

Although sales are declining in double digit in the ASEAN, Latam and North America, global sales hit for the first time the 0.4 million units at the end of November.

SYM motorcycles

The heritage

SYM is the brand developed by Samyang Motor, a Taipei based motorcycles company, established in 1954 in Hsinchu (Taiwan).

SYM is the largest Taiwanese company to manufacture moped, scooter, motorcycles and ATVs. Moreover, it produces small light commercial vehicles and small cars, under Hyundai name in East Asia.

In 1962, SYM formed a joint venture with Honda, assembling locally the first motorcycle manufacturer in Taiwan. Since now, SYM has produced over 17 million motorcycles/ scooters/ ATVs.

Today, the company annual sales revenue exceeds 1 Billion US dollars and it produces more than 1 million units of motorcycles, under the leadership of Mr. W.H:C Chang the Chairman appointed in the 2014.

SYM actually occupies 2.400 workers in the home-base and overseas locations. It has direct subsidiaries in USA, China, Italy and Germany, while it is producing in Taiwan, China (in Zhong Xing) and Vietnam.

SYM Fiddle II