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    KTM India Sales Aug 2022 – Duke, RC 125, 200, 250, 390 ADV

    Even as KTM sales took a slight dip YoY in domestic markets, MoM sales and exports increased significantlyImage – Yo RiderKTM India sells motorcycles in three body styles. These include the RC which is sports oriented, Duke – a range of street bikes and the Adventure range. Powered by engines in the 125-373cc range, these bikes have each found a distinct fan following both in domestic and export markets.KTM recently updated their Duke range with new colour schemes each distinct to the Duke lineup while the company could also introduce the RC 390 and RC 200 in MotoGP factory colours sometime in October, just ahead of the festive season.KTM Domestic Sales August 2022KTM sales in domestic markets in August 2022 stood at 4,255 units, down 3.05 percent YoY as against 4,389 units sold in August 2021. This was a 134 unit volume de-growth. Sales however improved by 43.65 percent on a MoM basis from 2,962 units sold in July 2022.KTM 200 (Duke + RC) models were at the top of sales charts with 1,757 units sold in the past month, up 23.04 percent compared to 1,428 units sold in August 2022. Share percentage was at 41.29 percent. MoM sales grew by 9.33 percent from 1,607 units sold in July 2022 when share had stood at 54.25 percent.KTM India Sales Aug 2022Sales of KTM 250 (Duke + ADV) dipped 2.70 percent YoY to 1,405 units from 1,444 units sold in August 2022 while MoM sales improved by 65.88 percent from 847 units sold in July 2022. Share percentage increased from 28.60 to 33.02 percent MoM.But 390 (ADV + Duke + RC) saw a 9.21 percent YoY growth to 830 units last month from 760 units sold in August 2021 while MoM sales were higher by 68.02 percent from 494 units sold in July 2022. There was the KTM 125cc at the bottom of domestic sales charts with 263 units sold in the past month, down 65.26 percent over 757 units sold in August 2021 while MoM sales grew significantly by 1778.57 percent from just 14 units sold in July 2022.KTM India Exports Aug 2022In the export market, KTM sales grew by 216.98 percent YoY to 8,907 units from 2,810 units sold in August 2021. MoM sales were also higher by 17.17 percent from 7,602 units sold in July 2022. It was the KTM 390 that posted the most exports with 3,672 units shipped in the past month, up 818 percent when compared to just 400 units exported in August 2021. MoM exports however, dipped marginally by 0.65 percent from 3,696 units shipped in July 2022.KTM India Exports Aug 2022KTM 200 saw higher exports both on YoY (38.99 percent) and MoM (18.64 percent) basis in August 2022 to 2,183 units. There had been 1,582 units and 1,840 units shipped in August 2021 and July 2022 respectively. KTM 125 exports stood at 2,092 units in the past month leading to a 107.13 percent MoM growth from 1,010 units sold in July 2022. 250cc exports increased 15.94 percent YoY to 960 units over 828 units shipped in August 2021 while MoM exports dipped by 9.09 percent from 1,056 units sold in July 2022.KTM India Total Aug 2022Total sales of KTM India improved YoY and MoM by 82.83 percent and 24.59 percent respectively. Sales in August 2022 had stood at 13,162 units up from 7,199 units sold in August 2021 while in July 2022 the company had sold a total of 10,564 units. It was the KTM 390 that saw the most sales at 4,502 units, up 288.10 percent from 1,160 units sold in August 2021 while MoM sales grew by 7.45 percent from 4,190 units sold in July 2022.KTM India Total (Sales + Exports) Aug 2022KTM 200 and 250 sales increased by 30.90 percent and 4.09 percent respectively on a YoY basis and by 14.30 percent and 24.28 percent MoM to 3,940 units and 2,365 units sold in August 2022. Total sales of KTM 125 also saw a 211.10 percent YoY growth to 2,355 units from 757 units sold in August 2021 while MoM sales improved by 129.28 percent from 1,024 units sold in July 2022. More

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    New KTM Duke 125, Duke 200 Colours Arrive At Dealer – Walkaround

    While KTM 390 Duke gets two new colour options, 125, 200 and 250 Dukes get one new colour option eachKTM New Colours – Duke 125 and Duke 200In line with its strategy to refresh its portfolio, KTM has introduced new colour options for entire Duke range. 390 Duke gets two new colour options, Liquid Metal and Dark Galvano. 250 Duke gets Ebony Black whereas 200 Duke will now come with a Dark Silver Metallic shade. Entry-level 125 Duke gets Ceramic White colour.Combo of KTM’s signature orange shade, highlighted against grey/black/white colours continues to be the primary theme. Various combinations of these colours have been used in the past and KTM seems to get it right every time. 2022 colour updates will ensure a more premium, sharper look and feel for KTM Duke motorcycles.KTM 125, 200, 250 Duke new coloursSmallest Duke 125 gets the most vibrant Ceramic White colour theme, a combo of orange, white, blue and black. Orange shade is primarily used on the wheels, whereas white covers the top section such as headlight cowl, tank shrouds and rear sub-frame. Duke lettering on the tank shrouds is done in orange, blue and white.KTM 200 Duke’s Dark Silver Metallic has glossy metallic shade on front mudguard and tank shrouds. Remaining surfaces largely have either black or orange shade. A small hint of blue can be seen on ‘Duke’ lettering on tank shrouds. This colourway looks a bit chaotic, but can work for folks who have a taste for things metallic. Take a look at the detailed walkaround of KTM Duke new colours in the video below by Biker Prakash Choudhary.[embedded content][embedded content]New colour Ebony Black for KTM 250 Duke is essentially a simple combo of orange and black. However, things are a bit different here in comparison to Dark Galvano, as orange shade has been used on headlamp cowl, front mudguard and rear sub-frame. Most significant differentiator is ‘250’ decal in big font size on tank shrouds.KTM 390 Duke new coloursTrue to its name, Dark Galvano colour ensures an electrifying profile for 390 Duke. It’s a simple combo of orange and black, and yet it seems just perfect for the bike. Most of the surfaces have the black shade, which creates a suitable background for the lively orange coloured frame. Orange shade has been used only on the central frame and not on the subframe that comes in black. Rear monoshock in white also stands out against the blacked-out theme.Second colour option of Liquid Metal has a similar profile, but orange is more liberally used for this colourway. In addition to the frame, orange shade has been added to the headlamp cowl, fuel tank, wheels and rear tail section.Another highlight is varying shades of grey on the tank shrouds. While Dark Galvano ensures a dominating presence, Liquid Metal colour theme has more friendly vibes. Apart from the new colours, there are no other changes to KTM Duke bikes. Also, pricing is the same as earlier. More

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    2022 KTM Duke New Colours Launched – 125, 200, 250, 390

    KTM 390 series is currently the highest selling series comprising of Duke, RC and adventure range2022 KTM Duke 200 New ColourWhat comes to your mind when you think of a KTM? A lightweight and sporty machine that looks as funky as it can look. But definitely in orange, isn’t it? Orange has been one of the most identifiable colour options for a KTM product. But in a way, the company tastefully does the orange combinations to strike the right balance. Kudos!But that perception is slightly changing as black, white and even hints of blue are coming into the mix. But still, KTM does it tastefully and appeals vastly to youngsters. Truth be told, orange wheels are a little too much for my taste. KTM has been listening to feedback from people like me too and hence 390 Duke now doesn’t get orange wheels. Let’s take a look at what all is new.KTM Colourways UpdatedLet us start with 390 series as it is the highest-selling of all KTMs. For MY2022, KTM RC 390 and 390 Adventure get black wheels. But the same was not translated to 390 Duke as it still has orange wheels since its inception 9 years ago. But now, 390 Duke gets two new colorways, Dark Galvano and Liquid Metal.Liquid Metal gets orange majorly including the frame, but has blue and black highlights while the sub-frame and wheels are now black. Dark Galvano looks the best of all KTM Duke colourways, I should say. Coming to 250, 200 and 125 Duke, and Husqvarna Svartpilen 250, they all get one new colourways each while 390 got two. Hey, 390 Duke has bragging rights, okay?2022 KTM Duke 390 New ColourHusqvarna Svartpilen 250 gets a new black/blue/beige colourway that replaces the one currently on sale. 250 Duke gets a grey/black shade that is called Ebony Black and it is accentuated by subtle orange.I literally rubbed my eyes twice to see one of the most subtle colour schemes that KTM ever offered. It is called Drak Galvano and 390 gets it for the first time now. It looks stealthy and immaculate at the same time. Silver colour is axed, though.125 & 200 Duke200 Duke and 125 Duke also get one colourways each. 200 Duke gets a new grey colour that acts as the base while a combination of blue/white/orange goes on top. This colourway gets is called Dark Silver Metallic and gets a black frame coupled with a black subframe along with orange wheels. Electric Orange colourway is carried over as is. But the Ceramic White colourway that was offered before, is no more with 200 Duke.2022 KTM Duke 125 New ColourKTM’s smallest machine gets the flashiest colour of all KTM Duke colourways. Again, tastefully done and executed too. It is a tasty white subframe along with a black frame and orange wheels. The colourway is white/orange/blue and is called Ceramic White similar to one offered with 200 Duke. It looks very funky and youthful. Just like its bigger sibling 200 Duke, Electric Orange is carried over too. Mechanically, all bikes are identical. More

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    KTM India Sales, Exports Jul 2022 – Duke, RC 125, 200, 250, 390 ADV

    KTM may not be doing very well domestically, but when it comes to exports, reported good YoY and MoM sales growthKTM India SalesKTM has been on the verge of rejigging its product lineup in India. In that regard, we have seen the launch of 2022 versions of most of their lineup. Speaking about KTM’s Indian lineup, the Austrian brand has three variations in its body style. They are RC, a sports machine, Duke, which is a street machine and lastly, we have Adventure, which is a, well, adventure machine.All three body styles get a different set of engines too, ranging from 125cc to 373cc. KTM has registered a mixed bag of sales figures with both dips and growth in sales. But that is likely to change soon when 2023 Duke range is launched in India which is in testing phase right now.KTM Sales – Domestic & ExportsWhen we take domestic sales into account, we see a sharp dip in sales YoY. KTM 200 series (Duke + RC) models sold 1,607 units in July 2022 while they sold 2,019 units in July 2021 with a 20.41% drop in sales YoY. But they sold just 767 units in June 2022 and hence registers 109.52% growth MoM with a difference of 840 units. But when it comes to exports, 200cc models follow a similar pattern. With 1,840 units sold in July 2022, they register an 11.33% drop in sales YoY and 10.18% growth in sales MoM.KTM 250 series (Duke + ADV) models follow the same pattern. In domestic market, with 847 units sold in July 2022, 250cc models register a dip of 15.47% YoY and gain 288.53% MoM with just 218 units sold in June 2022. But with exports, with 1,056 units sold in July 2022, 250cc models see a drop in sales of 12.58% YoY and 24.03% MoM. When it comes to KTM 125 series (Duke + RC) models, with just 14 units sold in July 2022, they have been a hard sell domestically and hence are likely to not be updated to MY2022 in India.KTM Sales & Exports July 2022 – DomesticBut 1,010 units of KTM 125 range models have been shipped in July 2022 with 33.25% YoY growth and a 10.46% drop in sales MoM as it shipped 1,128 units in June 2022. In domestic markets, 200cc models take up 54.25% share of all KTM products and are followed by 250 with 28.60%, 390 with 16.68% and 125 with 0.47%. But 390 (ADV + Duke + RC) is the most shipped at 48.62% share of all KTM bikes followed by 200 with 24.20%, 250 with 13.89% and lastly, we have 125 with just 13.29% share.KTM Sales & Exports July 2022 – ExportsTotal SalesWhen we take into account the total sales of all KTM models, things get a little interesting. At the top, we have 390 series with 4,190 units sold in July 2022 registering a 30.86% YoY growth with 988 units difference from 3,202 units sold in July 2021. It also register 53.59% MoM growth in July 2022 with just 2,728 units sold in June 2022.200 models take second spot with 3,447 units sold in July 2022 registering a 15.80% drop YoY and gaining 41.44% MoM in July 2022 with 2,437 units in June 2022. 250 series are next with 1,903 units sold in July 2022 registering a 32.05% drop YoY and gaining 18.35% with a difference of 295 units in July 2022. But 125 series loses 32.05% YoY and 9.30% MoM with just 1,024 units sold in July 2022.KTM Sales & Exports July 2022 – TotalTotally, KTM registers a dip in sales of 4.08% YoY with just 10,564 units sold in July 2022 and 11,013 units sold in July 2021. But KTM gains 33.69% MoM because it only sold 7,902 units in June 2022 and gained 2,662 units. KTM’s 390 series is by far the most popular of the lot with a 39.66% share of all KTM products sold. 390 range is the only one to register growth everywhere, be it domestic or exports or YoY or MoM charts. More

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    2023 KTM Duke 200 Spied Near Pune – New Frame, Swingarm

    New-gen KTM Duke 200 is expected to hit markets in India sometime next year2023 KTM Duke 200Earlier this year, we saw KTM launching new gen versions of their RC range of motorcycles. Now, focus is likely to shift towards the naked streetfighter body style with the Duke range expected to receive an upgrade very soon.Test mules of the new Duke 200 have been spied near Pune. The 200cc naked streetfighter in its upcoming avatar was first spotted testing somewhere in Europe a few months ago, along with the new Duke 390.New-Gen Duke 200 Spied- Styling UpdatesBy the looks of it, the new Duke 200 is expected to receive significant upgrades over its predecessor. Along with new styling elements, Duke 200 has incorporated some major changes under its skin in the form of an updated chassis and powertrain. Overall design appears to be sharper and more in line with the larger twin cylinder Dukes.Another prominent update is a new split headlamp casing which is a stark departure from the present single unit. Also, it has been equipped with full LED internals this time unlike the ones retailed in India which get halogen headlamps. Interestingly, its tail section looks a little flatter in comparison to the present model which should make it more accessible for a pillion.2023 KTM Duke 200Hardware UpdatesSome major changes have been made to the chassis of Duke 200 which now features a completely redesigned tubular steel space frame. The two-piece configuration of the frame has been retained but it gets additional crossbeams to make construction look more robust. The rear subframe has also been reworked and the tubular design has been replaced by a screwed-on die-cast aluminum.It also gets a new swingarm with a new support brace that arches up and over the chain drive. Another significant change is an offset rear mono-shock which replaces the centrally mounted unit in the existing model. Additionally, the engine now sits on new cast aluminum brackets.Powertrain ChangesSpeaking of engine, the upcoming Duke 200 is expected to receive an updated heart. The single-cylinder motor gets a completely new design with a new casing which is aimed at offering a more powerful ignition as well as better fuel efficiency. The exhaust tailpipe has been shortened and though the new Duke 200 gets an underbelly exhaust, it flaunts a new muffler.Other visible updates include new 5-spoke alloy wheels with new cast rims which appear lighter. Further, single disc brake setup on the front wheel moves from left to right side although it is clamped by similar radially mounted callipers. It will be interesting to see which changes actually trickle down to the production-spec bike when it is launched. KTM will also give new gen updates to Duke 125, Duke 250 as well as Duke 390.Source More

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    Bajaj, KTM Confirm New High End Electric Motorcycles – Pulsar, Duke ?

    Launch of Bajaj, KTM electric motorcycles will take couple of years at least, as the plan is still in initial stages2023 KTM Duke Electric – RenderElectric two-wheeler segment is expected to witness significant growth in coming years. While bulk of sales will comprise affordable, entry-level electric two-wheelers, there will be plenty of scope for lifestyle products as well. It’s the latter segment that Bajaj Auto and KTM are now looking to target.According to Executive Director of Bajaj Rakesh Sharma, the company is currently working with KTM to identify an appropriate platform for the new electric motorcycles. KTM does have an EV portfolio in international markets, but it’s limited to electric cycles and off-road e-bikes. It’s apparent that Bajaj and KTM will have to develop a new platform from scratch, which is likely to take some time.Bajaj, KTM electric motorcyclesWorking together since 2007 on multiple projects, Bajaj and KTM will further solidify their partnership by foraying into high-end electric motorcycle segment. Bajaj currently manufactures KTM and Husqvarna motorcycles, as part of that partnership. These are sold in domestic market and also exported to overseas locations.Along with premium electric motorcycles, Bajaj is also likely to develop affordable EV products in collaboration with KTM. As part of its EV push, Bajaj has built a new manufacturing facility in Maharashtra. This is operational and caters exclusively to manufacturing electric two-wheelers. Chetak electric scooters have started to roll out of this facility.KTM Duke Electric Motorcycle Launch PlansBajaj, KTM high-end electric motorcycles and other upcoming EVs will be manufactured at this new facility. It is a state-of-the-art facility and can be used to manufacture a wide range of electric two-wheelers. It has peak manufacturing capacity of 5 lakh units per annum. The facility also has dedicated design and R&D centres. It has been developed at an investment of around Rs 750 crore.Bajaj Auto has filed trademarks for multiple new names recently. These include Dynamo, Tecnica, Technik, Pulsar Elan, Pulsar Eleganza, etc. It is likely that Bajaj could use either of these names for their upcoming electric motorcycle. KTM has already confirmed working on a Duke based electric motorcycle.Chetak expansion plansMost of the leading electric two-wheeler manufacturers currently have a limited number of products on offer. This applies to OEMs like Ampere, Ola, Ather, Revolt Motors and TVS. Bajaj currently offers only Chetak electric scooter that has been registering consistent sales every month. Sales could have been higher, but it hasn’t been possible due to global shortage of auto parts. Till date, pre-bookings for Chetak have been more than 16,000.Bajaj will be looking to boost sales in coming months, as supply situation improves globally. The company is also working to make Chetak available across the country. As of now, Chetak is available in 27 cities. There are plans to increase this number to 100 cities in the near future. Bajaj is also working to launch multiple new electric two-wheelers over the next two years. The company has already formed a new entity named Chetak Technology to focus exclusively on development of EVs. With more products on offer, Bajaj will be able to target a larger segment of users. More

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    KTM, Husqvarna Price Hike July 2022 – Duke, RC 125, 200, 250, 390 ADV

    KTM has increased prices for all its bikes in the range of Rs 1,427 to Rs 2,148; no updatesImage – MotobikeAs has been the case in most other previous price hikes, July price hike announced by KTM and Husqvarna is likely due to rising input costs. Inflation is now a global phenomenon, which has led to increase in prices of auto parts, components and raw materials. KTM and Husqvarna had increased prices earlier this year in May also.Apart from KTM and Husqvarna, most other OEMs have also announced price hikes multiple times in CY22. Upward revision of two-wheeler prices has been happening with greater frequency since 2020-21. This trend is likely to continue throughout 2022-23 and may be even longer depending on the emerging global geo-political and economic situation.KTM new prices July 2022KTM Duke range prices have been increased by up to Rs 2,148. Lowest price hike is Rs 1,427 for KTM 200 Duke. The bike is now available at a starting price of Rs 1,91,693. KTM 125 Duke and 250 Duke have received price hikes of Rs 2,099 each. New prices are Rs  1,78,041 and Rs  2,37,222, respectively. KTM 390 Duke has the highest price hike in the group at Rs 2,148. New price of 390 Duke is Rs 2,96,230.A similar price structure can be seen for the KTM RC range, where RC 200 has received the lowest price hike of Rs 1,427. New price of RC 200 is Rs 2,14,688. Entry-level RC 125 is being offered at Rs 1,88,640, an increase of Rs 1,779 in comparison to old price. RC 390 gets a price hike of Rs 2,148. New price of KTM RC 390 is Rs 3,16,070.KTM and Husqvarna prices July 2022KTM ADV range starts with 250 Adventure, which is now available at Rs 2,44,205. That’s an increase of Rs 2,099. KTM 390 Adventure price has been increased by Rs 2,148. It is now available at a starting price of Rs 3,37,043. While prices have been hiked, there are no updates for any of the bikes.Overall price hike for KTM bikes seems manageable from the users’ perspective. It is unlikely to have any major impact on sales. Husqvarna Svartpilen and Vitpilen prices have also increased for July 2022. The 250cc motorcycles are now priced at Rs 2,19,878 and Rs 2,19,251 which is an increase of Rs 2,099.KTM upcoming bikesEarlier this year in May, KTM had launched updated versions of RC 390 and 390 Adventure. These were launched at a starting price of Rs 3.14 lakh and Rs 3.35 lakh, respectively. Future plans include next-gen 390 Duke, which is expected to make its global debut later this year. It is expected to be launched in India in the first half of 2023.Another possibility is the 390 Adventure R variant that has been spotted on road tests. R variant is already available for higher capacity KTM bikes like 890 Adventure and 1290 Super Adventure. Primary differentiation for R variants comes in the form of additional equipment and features that make these bikes a superior off-roader. As 390 Adventure is popular here, it is possible that KTM may consider the bike’s R variant for India. More

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    KTM, Husqvarna Sales Jun 2022 – Duke, RC 125, 200, 250, 390 ADV

    KTM India reports YoY and MoM decline in domestic sales for For June 2022; Sales less than halved at 1,360 unitsKTM RC 200KTM domestic sales for June 2022 is reported at a YoY and MoM decline. Total sales less than halved, down at 1,360 units from 3,224 units. At 58 percent decline, volume loss stood at 1,864 units. KTM 200 range (RC + Duke) remain atop the chart at 767 units, down from 1,404 units. Volume loss stood at 637 units at 45.37 percent decline. It accounted for over half of all domestic KTM sales last month.KTM India Sales June 2022KTM 390 (RC + Duke + ADV) sales decline was marginal in comparison at 13.43 percent. Sales fell to 374 units, down from 432 units at unit loss of 58. KTM 250 (Duke + ADV) unit sales less than halved at 218 from 536. Volume loss is reported at 318 units at 59.33 percent decline. A single KTM 125 (RC / Duke) was sold. A year earlier, 852 units were sold.KTM India Sales June 2022MoM domestic sales fell 43.36 percent, down from 2.4k units at 1,041 units volume loss. KTM 200 sales are down from 1,197 units at volume loss of 430 units at 36 percent decline. 390 sales fell from 558 units at almost a third. KTM 250 sales fell by almost two-thirds, down from 642 units.KTM India Exports June 2022Exports too fell for the month but at a less steep decline. YoY exports were down at 6,542 units from 8,542 units at 2k volume loss. Decline is at a noticeable 23.41 percent. 390 exports fell to 2,354 units from 3.8k units at 38 percent decline. KTM 200 exports fell to 1,670 units from 2,574 units. KTM 250 units were the only segment to hold its ground at 1,390 units, up from 738 units. Volume gain stood at 652 units. KTM 125 exports fell to 1,128 units from 1,430 units.KTM India Exports June 2022MoM exports were up marginally at 2.41 percent, up from 6,388 units. KTM 390 exports fell marginally from 2,399 units at volume loss of 45 units. KTM 200 exports were down from 1,939 units at a 13.87 percent decline. KTM 250 exports were in the green, up from 7,66 units. KTM 125 exports fell from 1,284 units at a 12.15 percent decline.KTM India Cumulative Sales + Exports – June 2022Total sales for June 2022 fell to 7,902 units from 11,766 units. YoY volume loss for the month is reported at 3,864 units at 32.84 percent decline. KTM 390 segment sales fell to 2,728 units from 4,232 units at volume loss of 1,504 units. Decline is reported at over a third.KTM 200 total sales fell from almost 4k units. At 1,541 units in volume loss, decline was reported at 38.74 percent. KTM 250 units gained owing to exports. Total sales is reported at 1,608 units, up from 1,274 units at volume gain of 334 units. Growth exceeded the quarter mark. KTM 125 segment sales halved, down at 1,129 units from 2,282 units.KTM India Total (Sales + Exports) June 2022MoM total sales fell from 8,789 units at volume loss of 887 units. Decline is reported at 10 percent. MoM KTM 390 segment sales fell from 2,957 units to a 7.74 percent decline. KTM 200 sales fell from 3,136 units to a volume loss of 700 units. KTM 250 sales were up from 1,408 units at volume gain of 200 units. KTM 125 unit sales fell from 1,288. At 12.34 percent decline, volume loss was reported at 159 units.Husqvarna Sales, Exports – June 2022It was yet another month wherein Husqvarna sales remained limited. A mere 4 units were sold in India, down from 186 units YoY. No units were sold in May 2022.Husqvarna India Sales June 2022Exports were in better shape but not in the green. For June 2022, exports fell to 958 units, down from 2,766 units. Volume loss stood at 1,808 units at 65.37 percent decline. YoY Husqvarna 125 exports fell to 84 units from 462 units. At 81.82 percent decline, volume loss stood at 378 units.Husqvarna 200 exports were even lower at 72 units, down from 360 units. Decline stood at 80 percent. 250c unit exports fell to 84 from 252. Volume decline was about two-thirds. Exports for 401 less than halved, down at 718 units from 1,692 units. Volume loss stood at 974 units following 57.57 percent decline.Husqvarna India Exports June 2022MoM Husqvarna exports were up from 776 units at volume gain of 182 units. Volume growth stood at 23.45 percent. Husqvarna 125 exports fell from 126 units. No Husqvarna 200 units were exported in May 2022. Husqvarna 251 exports doubled from 42 units. Husqvarna 401 exports were up from 608 units at volume gain of 110 units. More