Bajaj Auto clocks 11% sales growth in October 2020

The company sold 512,038 vehicles in the month.

NEW DELHI: Bajaj Auto registered 11 per cent year-on-year growth in the overall sales of its vehicles (across portfolio) in October 2020. It sold 512,038 vehicles in October 2020 against 463,208 vehicles in the same month last year.

Two-wheelers drove numbers, recording unit sales of 4,70,290 in October 2020 for an overall growth of 18 per cent. 2,68,631 vehicles were sold in the domestic market, clocking 11 per cent growth, while another 2,01,659 vehicles were exported, registering 29 per cent growth. Notably, Pulsar alone sold 1,70,000 units – a record high for the brand.

On the commercial vehicle front, Bajaj Auto sold only 12,529 vehicles domestically, witnessing a negative growth of 65 per cent and exported 29,219 vehicles registering a growth of four per cent. The company sold 41,478 commercial vehicles in October 2020 and recorded a slowdown of 35 per cent.

The overall domestic sales saw a marginal growth of one per cent and exports saw a growth of 25 per cent.

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