Bajaj Auto’s two-wheeler sales dip 5% to 3,15,054 units in July

Bajaj Auto on Monday reported a 5 per cent decline in its total two-wheeler sales to 3,15,054 units in July 2022.

The Pune-based automaker sold a total of 3,30,569 two-wheelers in July last year.

Domestic two-wheeler sales grew 5 per cent to 1,64,384 units in July 2022 from 1,56,232 units in the year-ago period, while exports declined by 14 per cent to 1,50,670 units as against 1,74,337 units in the same period. was the unit. In the month of last year, the company said in a regulatory filing.

According to the filing, commercial vehicle (CV) sales grew 3 per cent in the month to 39,616 units as compared to 38,547 CVs sold in domestic and international markets in July last year.

The company said total sales (two-wheelers and commercial vehicles) declined 4 per cent to 3,54,670 units during the month under review as compared to 3,69,116 units in July 2021.

Total exports (two-wheelers and CVs) declined by 15 per cent to 1,71,714 units in July as compared to 2,01,843 units sold in the overseas markets in the same month of 2021.

(Only the title and image in this report may have been reworked by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is generated automatically from a syndicated feed.)

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