Top 20 Scooter Exports Apr 20 To Jan 21 – Navi, Ntorq, Activa, Fascino, Pleasure

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Honda Navi was the most exported scooter from India during the said period

Expected fallout of Covid-19 pandemic is clearly evident on scooter exports that have declined significantly during the period April to December 2020. Among the top 10 most exported scooters, only four have registered positive YoY growth. Overall, only 7 out of 29 scooters have positive YoY growth.

Navi, Ntorq and Dio lead

Most exported scooter during April – December 2020 was Honda Navi with 34,134 units. YoY exports are up by 39%, as compared to 24,612 units exported in the corresponding period in 2019. Navi is no longer offered in the domestic market and is manufactured in India only for export purposes.

It had generated significant interest at the time of its unveiling at 2016 AutoExpo, but sales turned out to be below expectations. It is possible that Honda may introduce Navi in 125 cc variant, as a patent for the same has been filed in India.

At number two is TVS Ntorq with 20,879 units exported in April – December 2020. That’s YoY decline of -20%, as compared to 26,181 units exported in April-December 2019. In the domestic market, Ntorq is a popular choice that has consistently featured in the top ten list of bestselling scooters in the country.

Top Scooter Exported April 2020 to Jan 2021

Honda Dio takes the third spot with 20,537 units exported in April – December 2020. The scooter has lost a significant chunk of its exports with YoY de-growth of -78%. Exports during the corresponding period in 2019 were 91,494 units. Dio is a popular scooter in domestic market as well and has consistently ranked in the top ten.

At number four is Yamaha Ray with 20,168 units exported in April – December 2020. Ray has YoY-de-growth of -48%, as compared to 39,076 units exported in Apr-Dec 2019. In the domestic market, Yamaha Ray is one of the preferred options in 125cc scooter segment.

Next is Suzuki Burgman with 6,327 units exported in April – December 2020. YoY exports have declined -44%, as compared to 11,224 units exported in the corresponding period in 2019. In the domestic market, Burgman will soon be launched in electric format. It will be a premium product that will compete with the likes of Bajaj Chetak and Ather scooter.

NoTop Scooter ExportsApr 20 – Jan 21Apr 19 – Jan 20
1Honda Navi34,13424,612
2TVS Ntorq20,87926,181
3Honda Dio20,53791,494
4Yamaha Ray20,16839,076
5Suzuki Burgman6,32711,224
6Honda Grazia5,56121,952
7Piaggio Typhoon R504,8815,100
8Piaggio SR50MT4,8103,968
9Yamaha Fascino4,6113,899
10Hero Duet4,3681,126
11TVS Wego2,68914,560
12Honda Activa2,6534,380
13Vespa 1502,1461,308
14Hero Destini1,9132,996
15Hero Maestro1,9114,530
16Aprilia SR1501,6162,929
17Hero Pleasure1,5144,214
18TVS Jupiter1,4941,366
19Suzuki Lets1,4105,667
20Aprilia SR1251,3902,872
21Yamaha Alpha1,3622,096
22Honda Aviator1,2804,880
23Vespa 1251,1402,071
24Suzuki Access5251,129
25Aprilia SR1602444
26Mahindra Gusto44344
27TVS Pep+02,296
28TVS Zest04

Hero Duet makes impressive gains

In the top ten, Hero Duet has registered maximum YoY growth in percentage terms. Exports are up from 1,126 units in Apr-Dec 2019 to 4,368 units in Apr-Dec 2020, which is an increase of 288%. Other scooters in top ten include Honda Grazia (5,561 units), Piaggio Typhoon R50 (4,881), Piaggio SR50MT (4,810), and Yamaha Fascino (4,611). Among these, Grazia and Typhoon R50 have negative YoY growth of -75% and -4%, respectively.

In percentage terms, the max gainer in April – December 2020 is Piaggio Aprilia SR160. Exports are up from 4 units to 244 units, which is YoY gain of 6000%.

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