In July 2020, India Yamaha despatched 49,989 items, up over Three per cent from 48,426 items in July 2019.
Yamaha Motor India has introduced the corporate’s gross sales efficiency for the month of July 2020, and the information is nice. With the coronavirus pandemic creating havoc within the Indian automotive business, significantly in the course of the months of lockdown, Yamaha has posted optimistic gross sales numbers within the month of July 2020. Yamaha despatched 49,989 items in July 2020, a progress of simply 3.22 per cent over the 48,426 items Yamaha bought in July 2019. However, it is a silver lining among the many gloom the COVID-19 pandemic has introduced on. And powering India Yamaha’s gross sales from the entrance is the 150 cc Yamaha FZ with over 15,000 items bought in a single month.
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Yamaha’s second largest-selling two-wheeler in July 2020 is the 125 cc scooter, the Yamaha Ray ZR 125, which was launched in December 2019. Together with the Ray ZR 125, which bought over 12,000 items, the Yamaha Fascino 125 is shut behind, with over 11,500 items bought in July 2020. The Yamaha YZF-R15 clocked gross sales of 6,869 items in July 2020, whereas its bare model, the Yamaha MT-15 registered gross sales of three,928 items in July 2020. The MT-15’s gross sales a 12 months in the past stood at simply 1,400 items in July 2019.
Mannequin sensible distribution of gross sales figures:
|Mannequin||July 2019 Gross sales||July 2020 Gross sales|
|Yamaha Fascino 125||11584|
|Yamaha FZ 25||732||528|
|Yamaha Ray Z||4320|
|Yamaha Ray ZR||5040|
|Yamaha Ray ZR 125||12032|
|Yamaha Saluto RX||496|
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The Yamaha FZ25 has not been doing very properly. Actually, gross sales of the 250 cc bike dipped to only 528 items in July 2020. The low gross sales could possibly be attributed to the truth that the BS6 variant of the FZ25 has solely been launched in late July, with costs beginning at ₹ 1.52 lakh. The transition to Bharat Stage VI (BS6) emission rules has additionally claimed just a few casualties from Yamaha’s product line-up. The Yamaha Alpha, Saluto, Saluto RX, SZ-RR, in addition to the Yamaha YZF-R3 have all been discontinued whereas upgrading the opposite fashions with BS6-compliant fashions. Yamaha has determined to exit the 110 cc section altogether and can deal with 125 cc and above two-wheelers.