Benelli 2021. In the first half global sales improved 58%

Benelli Motorcycles increased sales by 58% in the first half 2021, projecting the 9th consecutive all time record sales. The Italian brand - owned by the Chinese Motor Group Qianjiang - is one of the fastest growing manufacturer thanks to a very aggressive price positioning and a wide range of models offered in all continents

France 2022. Electric Segment is Fast Growing While May Motorcycles Sales Were Flat

French Motorcycles Market is resilient to war effects. However, after having lost only 8.4% in April, % in the Q1, In May it was surprisingly positive with sales at 28.318 (+0.8%) and Year to Date May figures at 119.195 (-3.0%). 

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Spain 2022. In May Motorcycles Market Reported A Double-Digit Growth (+14%)

Spanish Motorcycles Market is resilient to the energy crisis. has lost momentum after a roaring start of 2022. In May the market was surprisingly positive, growing up in double-digit with 18.927 sales (+14.0%) and with Year to Date figures at 74.267 (+11.5%). The market leader Honda boosted sales (+30%).

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Piaggio 2021. Global Performance At Top In A Decade (+14.8%)

Piaggio Global Sales are recovering. In 2021 Global registrations have been 352.477, up 14.7% vs the previous year and the second best level out of the last decade, although sales in the European declined 1.8% and actually are over 20% below the 2012.


Russia 2021. Motorcycles Market Lost 18.6% While BMW Takes the Led

Russian Motorcycles Market fell down in the second half last year. Registrations (which do not include below 50 vehicles) in 2021 have been 24.036, down 18.6% from the previous year. Hitting the new record, BMW is the market leader.

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Aprilia. Year to date May global sales down 37%

Aprilia global sales performance in the 2019 is outstanding projecting the year back at the 2012 level, following four raising years. Indeed, in the first nine months of the year, sales have been 65.041, up 8.3%. Indian region is the largest, with 36% of global sales followed by Europe with 27%.