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Bajaj Pulsar 200

Bajaj Auto. Global Sales in 2020 at 3.05 million, down 17.6%

Bajaj Auto global sales rebound in the second half 2020 thanks to strong performance in Africa, Mexico and Latin America. The year ended with over 3 million sales, down 0.7 million from the previous year with all lost concentrated in the domestic region.

TVS Motor. Global 2020 sales down 19%

TVS Motor global sales in 2020 declined 19.1% losing over 0.6 million from the previous year. While the lost is the highest ever, it was deeply contained thanks to the second half recovery. in last April, TVS took over Norton, the British iconic brand.

Niu Tech 2020. Booming annual sales by 41.6% is ready for 1 million sales...

Niu Technology reported a record 0.6 million sales in the 2020, up an impressive 41.6% from the previous year, expanding the product portfolio, the domestic network and the international operations, escalating the global motorcycles manufacturers ranking.


Italika 2020. The Mexican Motorcycles Manufacturers rolled up ending even the 2020 up

Italika confirmed in the 2020 the outstanding reputation gained in Central America and was able to rebound after a difficult first half, ending the year for the first time over 0.8 million sales, ranking as 13th bigger motorcycles company in the World.

Ducati Streetfighter V4 1100

Ducati 2020. Global sales declined (-9%) for the fourth year in a row

Ducati Motor Global Sales declined in the 2020 for the 4th year in a row. At 48.000 sales (-9%) Ducati performance was the second worse among all premium motorcycles brands, with the Italian icon losing market share in all markets and losing even at home, with sales in Italy down 25%.

Hero Xtreme 200

Hero Motor. In 2020 lost 1.3 million and the 2nd place in global ranking

Hero Motors strongly recovered in the second half, while in 2020 reported 5.7 million global sales, down 19.2% or 1.3 million vehicles, the deepest lost in their history. In addition, Hero has lost the second place in the global brand ranking, overtaken by a booming Chinese company.

Zero Motorcycles. Sales growth confirms the leadership as high performance electric bike

Zero Motorcycles Inc. is an American manufacturer of electric motorcycles. Founded in 2006 in a Santa Cruz, California garage by a former NASA engineer, Neal Saiki, it is the global leader in the high performance electric motorcycles, with sales in over 30 countries.


Benelli. In the first five months 2020 lost 27% of global sales

Benelli Motorcycles in the 2019 hit the new all time record in global sales and after having overtaken Ducati is now challenging Triumph position in the motorcycles ranking. Indeed, in the first nine months of the year global sales have been 50.037, up 8.7%. The 26.8% fall reported in Latam countries have been more than balance by a +27.8% in West Europe.

Hyosung. The best korean motorcycles manufacturer

Hyosung is the largest motorcycles manufacturer in South Korea. Born in the 1978 as assembly partner for Suzuki, the company has been taken over by the KR Motors Company Ltd. in the 2014. Despite distributing in over 60 countries, the brand is not very popular a part three countries, Korea, China and Laos. In 2019 sales have been steady at 125.000 units

BMW 2020. Booming in China hit the second-best sales score ever

BMW Motorrad delivers in 2020 the second highest performance in the history, with a phenomenal recovery scored in the second half of the year. Global registrations have been 168.701 (-3.9%).