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    Suzuki 2W Sales Breakup June 2022 – Access, Avenis, Burgman, V Strom 250

    Suzuki Two Wheeler YoY domestic sales saw a 30.77 percent growth in June 2022 while MoM sales declined 12.54 percentImage – MRD VlogsSuzuki Two Wheeler has reported a 30.77 percent YoY growth in June 2022 in domestic markets. Sales stood at 52,928 units as against 40,474 units sold in June 2021. Volume gain was at 12,454 units. MoM sales on the other hand dipped 12.54 percent from 60,518 units sold in May 2022 leading to a volume de-growth of 7,590 units.Suzuki Access scooter was the most sold model in the company portfolio in June 2022. Sales stood at 34,131 units, up 8.70 percent over 31,399 units sold in June 2021 to command a 64.49 percent share. May 2022 sales had stood at 35,709 units leading to a 4.42 percent MoM de-growth. The Access scooter was the third best-selling scooter in the country last month, after the Activa and Jupiter.Suzuki Sales Breakup June 2022Suzuki Avenis scooter, launched in India in November 2021, was at No. 2 with 9,284 units sold in June 2022. With a 17.54 percent share in the company lineup. Sales in May 2022 had stood at 8,922 units leading to a 4.06 percent MoM growth.Also in the scooter segment, the Suzuki Burgman was at No.3 with a 10.81 percent YoY growth to 8,793 units, up from 7,935 units sold in June 2021. MoM sales however, dipped 32.31 percent from 12,990 units sold in May 2022. V-Strom SX 250 sales stood at 380 units in June 2022 from 1,729 units sold in May 2022 leading to a 1,349 unit volume de-growth.Suzuki Sales Breakup June 2022Gixxer 250 and Gixxer sales in June 2022 had stood at 171 units and 144 units respectively leading to a 307.14 percent growth in the case of the 250cc bike while sales dipped 86.07 percent YoY for the Gixxer. Sales had stood at 42 units and 1,034 units respectively in June 2021. MoM sales also saw the Gixxer 250 post positive growth by 10.32 percent while Gixxer sales dipped 85.41 percent.Hayabusa sales fell to 25 units in domestic markets in June 2022 down by 28.57 percent from 35 units sold in June 2021 but increased 13.64 percent MoM over 22 units sold in May 2022. Sales of the V-Strom 650 and Intruder were down to 0 units in the past month as both have been discontinued.Suzuki Exports June 2022In global markets, Suzuki saw sales of 15,089 units, up 64.23 percent over 9,188 units shipped in June 2021. MoM exports also increased 37.07 percent from 11,008 units sold in May 2022. It was the Suzuki Gixxer that found the most demand globally. Sales stood at 8,822 units in June 2022 up 180.15 percent over 3,149 units shipped in June 2021. MoM exports also increased 33.90 percent from 6,584 units shipped in May 2022. Share percent however fell from 59.81 held in May 2022 to 58.47 in June 2022.Suzuki Exports Breakup June 2022Exports of the Suzuki Burgman were at 2,280 units in June 2022 leading to a 32.78 percent YoY de-growth and 20.50 percent MoM de-growth from 3,392 units sold in June 2022 and 2,868 units sold in May 2022. At No. 3 was Suzuki Gixxer 250 with a YoY and MoM growth to 2,197 units causing share percentage to increase from 11.66 percent to 14.56 percent MoM.The Avenis scooter also found 1,320 units shipped to global markets last month to command a 8.75 percent share in the company lineup. Suzuki Hayate sales dipped 10 percent YoY to 360 units while MoM exports increased 200 percent from 120 units shipped in May 2022. Intruder YoY exports fell 41.49 percent to 110 units from 188 units shipped in June 2022 while MoM sales increased 19.57 percent over 92 units exported in May 2022. Exports of Access and Lets were down to 0 units in June 2022. More

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    Suzuki Katana India Launch Price Rs 13.61 L – Blue, Silver Colours

    In India, Suzuki Katana will be offered as a CBU – It is powered by a 999cm3 four-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC, inline-four engine2022 Suzuki Katana IndiaWith a growing market for large displacement, premium motorcycles in India, more such models have arrived on our shores in recent years. The newest addition to this list is Suzuki Katana. Priced from Rs 13.61 lakh, ex-sh, the new Suzuki Katana is now on sale across the company’s Bike zone dealerships from today.2022 Suzuki Katana StylingThe most striking highlight of Katana is its sharp, cutting-edge styling inspired by a kind of Japanese sword named KATANA, hence the name. Up front, it gets a hexagonal projector headlamp cluster which is headlined by a short windscreen. Front end is encased within a quarter fairing which enhances the bike’s aerodynamic appeal and also houses LED DRLs.Sharp cuts and creases dominate the body panels giving Katana its distinct styling. Other prominent visual highlights include a single-piece contoured seat, a floating tail section, a muscular fuel tank, a rear tyre hugger, a side-slung exhaust canister and colour-coded alloy wheels. The updated Katana can be had in two colour options namely Metallic Mat Stellar Blue and Metallic Mystic Silver.Commenting on the launch, Mr. Satoshi Uchida, Managing Director, Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt Ltd. said, “We feel proud to announce the launch of the KATANA in India. The KATANA reflects Suzuki’s ongoing commitment to fine craftsmanship and its willingness to sweat every detail to get them right. The launch is a part of our strategy to solidify our big bike portfolio in the country. We received a lot of queries from motorcycle enthusiasts after showcasing the KATANA in the last auto expo. It is based on the positive feedback of our potential customers that we decided to introduce the KATANA in India. We are confident that KATANA will be able to make its own cult following in India too.”2022 Suzuki Katana IndiaFor 2022, Suzuki has updated the powertrain of the Katana which features the same 999cc 4-cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine as before. This motor is now Euro 5 compliant and is rated to dish out 150 bhp at 11,000rpm and a peak torque of 106 Nm at 9,250rpm. The mill now churns out 2 horses more than its predecessor and this has been achieved thanks to new intake and exhaust cams, valve springs and airbox.Features & UnderpinningsPower is transmitted to the rear wheels via a 6-speed constant mesh gearbox with an upgraded slip and assist clutch. Suzuki has tweaked the electronics suite of the flagship street naked bike called Suzuki Intelligent Ride System (SIRS) which now comes with a bidirectional quick-shifter as standard.It also comprises rider-aided features like a revised throttle-by-wire system, three ride modes, and a reworked five-level traction control system. In addition, the fully digital instrument console has been updated with a new ‘night mode’ for better visibility during the dark.2022 Suzuki Katana IndiaKatana is based on the same twin-spar aluminium alloy frame that underpins other flagship 1000cc models like GSX-S1000, VStrom 1050 and GSX-S1000GT. This frame is suspended on 43mm KYB inverted forks up front and a mono-shock at rear that has been tuned for adjustable rebound damping and spring preload. Braking duties are handled by twin disc brakes at front and a single disc at rear. More

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    Suzuki 2W Sales June 2022 – Gixxer, Access, Burgman, Avenis

    Suzuki Two Wheeler YoY domestic sales up at 53k units – growth reported for June 2022, MoM sales declineImage – SouRik MotoworldThrough H1 2022, Suzuki 2W continues to improve on the sales front. For June 2022, the company reports domestic sales at 52,929 units. Owing to low base sales a year earlier, sales growth stood at a noticeable 30.77 percent, up from 40,474 units. Volume gain stood at 12,455 units.Of the manufacturer’s total business in India, domestic sales dominate at over three quarters of total business. Exports accounted for 22 percent of total business volume last month. Suzuki 2W exports are reported at 15k units in June 2022. Up from 9,188 units YoY, volume gain stood at 5.9k units. Sales growth stood at 64.23 percent. Total sales last month were reported at 68k units, up from 49,662 units. Volume gain stood at 18,356 units at 37 percent growth.Suzuki Q1 and Q2 2022 salesMoM domestic sales however were on a decline. Sales fell from 60,518 units to a 12.54 percent decline. Volume loss stood at 7,589 units. Exports improved by more than a third, up from 11k units. Volume gain stood at just over 4k units. Total sales fell from 71,526 units at volume loss of 3.5k units to a 4.9 percent decline.Total domestic sales in Q2 2022 stood at 1,67,774 units up from 1,16,866 units sold in Q2 2021. The large volume gap, and consequent recovery is attributed to low base sales a year ago. In curbing the spread of Covid-19 a year earlier, businesses were required to pare down on ops. Through Q1 2022, Suzuki 2W domestic sales were reported at 1,69,960 units, down from 1,76,756 units. Volume loss stood at 6,796 units at 3.84 percent sales decline.Suzuki 2W Sales June 2022 and Q2 2022Suzuki India a big marketWhile Suzuki two wheelers isn’t a top manufacturer in India, possibilities here are endless. And Suzuki has continually improved its position. It now sells more two-wheelers in the domestic market than Royal Enfield and Yamaha Motor India.And while volumes here may appear to be trailing the top three by a wide margin, for Suzuki, the Indian two wheeler market is its biggest. And Suzuki is intent on further improving its position and market share. Where vehicles are concerned, the Indian two-wheeler industry is huge. An iMarc report put Indian two wheeler market volume at 15.2 mill units in 2021. And growth is foretold in the next 5 years. This aligns well with Suzuki two wheelers growth plans.Demand growth for Suzuki two wheelersSatoshi Uchida, Managing Director, Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt Ltd. said, “In June 2022, we successfully registered an overall sales of 68,018 units, which translated into a Year-on-Year sales growth of 37%. This consistent sales performance is the result of growing demand for Suzuki two-wheelers in India and in the overseas markets.As a responsible company, we remain committed to delivering quality products to all our customers. We are grateful to all our customers, dealer partners and staff members for their continuous support and belief in the brand, Suzuki.” More

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    Suzuki Sales, Exports Breakup May 2022 – Access, Burgman, Avenis, Gixxer

    Suzuki two wheeler sales improved YoY and MoM in domestic markets while exports dipped MoMSuzuki Burgman. Image – Rash Gear.Suzuki two wheeler reported a good month of domestic sales in May 2022. Sales increased 383.64 percent YoY and by 11.40 percent MoM to 60,518 units. This was compared to 12,513 units sold in May 2021 and 54,327 units sold in April 2022. YoY sales growth was posted by every model in the company lineup.Suzuki Access scooter was the best-selling model with 35,709 units sold last month, up 267.91 percent over 9,706 units sold in May 2021. This was a 26,003 unit volume growth with a 59.01 percent share. MoM sales increased 8.43 percent from 32,932 units sold in April 2022. On the list of top 10 best-selling scooters in India in May 2022, the Suzuki Access was at No. 3 after the Activa and Jupiter.Suzuki Sales Breakup May 2022Suzuki Burgman sales improved 373.22 percent YoY to 12,900 units in May 2022, up from 2,745 units sold in May 2021. It was also a 42.94 percent MoM growth over 9,088 units sold in April 2022. Share percentage increased from 16.73 percent held in April 2022 to 21.46 percent in the past month.Suzuki Avenis scooter, launched earlier this year saw sales of 8,922 units in the past month which was a 19.46 percent MoM de-growth over 11,078 units sold in April 2022. The new V Strom SX 250, also a newcomer to the company lineup has seen sales of 1,729 units in May 2022.Suzuki Domestic Sales Breakup May 2022There was also the Suzuki Gixxer (987 units), Gixxer 250 (155 units), Hayabusa (22 units) and V Strom 650 (4 units) sold in May 2022 though there were 0 units of the Suzuki Intruder 150cc sold due to the fact that it has been discontinued as not even a single unit was sold in domestic market during the period Dec 2021 to May 2022.Suzuki Two Wheeler Exports – May 2022In export markets, sales improved 65.09 percent YoY to 11,008 units in May 2022 from 6,668 units shipped in May 2021. MoM exports however, dipped 37.67 percent over 17,660 units shipped in April 2021. While every model except the Hayate posted a YoY growth, the company saw each of its models report a MoM de-growth.Gixxer topped the export list with 6,584 units shipped in May 2022, up 86.83 percent over 3,524 units sold in May 2021. MoM exports dipped 18.58 percent over 8,086 units shipped in April 2022. Share percentage also increased from 45.79 percent held in April 2022 to 59.81 percent in the past month.Suzuki Exports Breakup May 2022At No. 2 was the Suzuki Burgman with exports of 2,868 units in May 2022, up 39.22 percent over 2,060 units shipped in May 2021. This was an 808 unit volume growth with a 26.05 percent share. MoM exports fell 54.42 percent over 6,292 units shipped in April 2022.Of the Suzuki Gixxer 250, the company saw exports of 1,284 units, up 132.61 percent over 55 units shipped in May 2021. This was however, a down 42.32 percent MoM over 2,226 units shipped in April 2022. There were also 120 units of the Hayate, 92 units of the Intruder and 60 units of the Access exported in the past month while Avenis and Lets exports were down to 0 units. More

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    Suzuki Burgman Electric Scooter Patent Leaks – Gets Chain Drive

    Launch of the upcoming Suzuki Burgman electric scooter is still a couple of years awaySuzuki Burgman Electric Scooter Patent LeaksIt has already been established that Suzuki is working on an electric scooter specifically for the Indian market. Based on Burgman Street 125, this upcoming e-scooter has been spotted testing on Indian roads on multiple occasions. Spy shots suggest that design of the electric scooter is similar to that of its petrol-powered counterpart.Earlier in April this year, it was reported that development of the Burgman electric scooter had been delayed by two years. According to Suzuki officials, development time of the upcoming electric scooter has been extended thanks to high ambient temperatures in our country.Suzuki Burgman Electric Patents LeakedIn recent times, there have been many mishaps related to electric two-wheelers across the country due to high temperatures during the summer. Hence, Suzuki has decided to take some extra time to failsafe their technology. Meanwhile, a new patent drawing of the upcoming electric scooter has been leaked online. The latest patent image reveals a few significant variations in comparison to the previous patent leaked some months ago.As per the latest patent drawing, the electric scooter is built around the same frame as the petrol-powered Burgman Street 125. However, this time it features a chain drive system which is unusual for an electric two-wheeler. This chain drive comes out of an AC motor placed far forward on the frame under the seat to drive the rear wheel.Suzuki Burgman Electric Scooter Patent LeaksAdvantages of chain drive over belt driveA chain drive system has many advantages over a belt drive setup. For instance, the belt drive setup offers a transmission efficiency of 91-94 percent whereas in case of a conventional chain drive it stands at 97-98 percent. Moreover, a belt drive setup is more expensive than a chain drive unit. Also, chain drive is more rugged and adept in tackling harsh Indian conditions like monsoon, bad roads, etc.Suzuki Burgman Electric Scooter Patent LeaksAs a belt always needs to be in a tight position, it will keep the motor, wheel axles and ball bearings under load all the time. On the other hand, a chain drive is always designed with a slack and can transmit power even under extreme slack. Only disadvantage of a chain drive system over a belt drive setup is the constant maintenance the former warrants.Other HighlightsFurther, an AC-DC inverter has been placed smartly underneath the floorboard that converts the battery’s DC output to AC for the motor. A DC-AC converter is mounted on the side of the battery pack to step the voltage down. Suzuki has made use of a fixed battery pack instead of a removable unit. This comes as a surprise, since Suzuki has formed a consortium with other Japanese brands to develop swappable battery technology.The battery looks big enough and should offer more range on a full charge in comparison to a similarly rated removable battery. One major downside is that the battery pack may eat a large chunk of the boot under-seat storage which might affect its practicality. More

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    Suzuki Intruder 150cc Cruiser Discontinued – 0 Units Sold In 2022

    Going forward, Suzuki will focus on naked, faired and ADV segments that have much higher demand in comparison to entry-level cruisersSuzuki Intruder 150cc DiscontinuedLaunched in 2017, Suzuki Intruder aimed at offering a unique experience to enthusiasts. It did manage to create a niche fan following, but not something that could be valued from a business perspective. The bike’s prospects hit rock-bottom in 2022, as not even a single unit was sold in the domestic market from Dec 2021 to May 2022. This has prompted the company to discontinue Intruder 155.Why Suzuki Intruder failedThere are multiple reasons that may explain why Intruder 155 did not meet expectations. Starting with the design, the radical bodywork may have been deemed as an overkill by many enthusiasts. While the curvy panelling seems attractive, it is too bulky for a 155cc bike. The fairing is essentially there to hide the relatively small sized engine.Design of Intruder 155 is difficult to interpret, as it appears to have a lot of clutter. There’s the triangular headlamp, angular twin exhaust and broad rear section, all of which contribute to design contradictions inherent in the bike. It doesn’t give the confidence and sense of reliability that people usually look for in a bike.Another worry for enthusiasts could have been the extensive use of plastic panels. These could come loose with time, creating vibrations and rattling sounds. The sheen is also likely to be lost overtime, as the panels are exposed to the elements. Such doubts may have prevented people from choosing Intruder 155.Suzuki Intruder Discontinued – Sales 0 UnitsAvailability of a decent, affordable alternative in the form of Bajaj Avenger is another factor that could have worked against Intruder 155. Avenger has a bare bones structure, which helps create a more rugged look and feel for the bike.Based on user reviews, there’s evidence that Avenger has better control and handling than Intruder. This is especially true when these bikes are used in an urban environment. For cruising on highways, Intruder is likely to work better, owing to its aerodynamic design.High pricingLast known price of Suzuki Avenger 155 was Rs 1,28,900 (ex-showroom Delhi). In comparison, Bajaj Avenger 160 is available at a starting price of Rs 1.12 lakh. If users can increase their budget by Rs 10k, they could go for Avenger 220 model that is available at Rs 1.38 lakh.With Intruder 155 discontinued, it puts a question mark on the possibility of Intruder 250. The bigger sibling was registered in 2019 and was expected to debut in 2021. It would have borrowed much of its hardware from Gixxer 250. However, the possibilities look pretty remote now.Entry-level cruisers may not be as popular as other bikes, but this segment has generated consistent numbers for Bajaj. In May 2022, sales of Avenger Street 160 were at 1,824 units. Suzuki Intruder 155 with nil sales demonstrates the problems inherent in the bike and not with the segment per se. More

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    Suzuki 2W Sales May 2022 – Gixxer, Access, Burgman, Avenis

    Suzuki 2W reports YoY domestic sales and exports growth in May 2022, MoM sales decline marginallyImage – SouRik MotoworldSuzuki 2W sales for May 2022 are in the green. Both, domestic sales, and exports improved YoY. A sales comparison would be disparate owing to low base sales a year earlier. Back in May 2021, a severe Covid-19 wave brought things to a standstill in a desperate effort to contain pandemic spread and fatalities.Suzuki reports domestic sales in May 2022 at 60,518 units. Up from 12,513 units, volume gain is reported at 48k units. Exports stood at just over 11k units, up from 6,688 units. Volume gain stands at 4,320 units. Total sales rose to 71,526 units, up from 19,201 units. Volume gain is at over 52k units. Last month, Suzuki Motorcycle India began deliveries of V-Strom SX, a 250cc sports adventure tourer.Suzuki Motorcycle India exportsMoM total sales decline is marginal at under a percent. Total sales fell from 71,987 units. Volume loss stands at 461 units. Domestic sales are up 11 percent from 54,327 units. Volume gain is up at 6,191 units. Exports fell from 17,660 units. Sales decline is reported at 37.67 percent at volume loss of 6,652 units.Suzuki Motorcycle India is important to the brand’s global presence. In this two prong strategy, sales growth in the domestic market adds to the company’s overall sales. The manufacturer is also keen on improving on exports from India. This will benefit from a concerted effort to boost exports from India. This pertains to small capacity bikes (125cc – 300cc).Suzuki Sales May 2022 Sales growth targetSteady domestic sales over a period has seen Suzuki monthly sales edge over Yamaha and Royal Enfield on a monthly basis. The company had previously targeted yearly sales of a million units by 2020.However, 2020 took the world by surprise. And sales targets were thrown off track. Uncertainties related to the pandemic continued to raise its head in phases through 2021. In comparison, 2022 has gotten off to a stronger start. However, Covid-19 related uncertainties exist. And in recent months, supply shortage of chips and semiconductors has continued to affect manufacturing. Of course manufacturing processes are wiser for the same, but their effects continue to be felt.Supply-chain crisisCommenting on the sales performance, Mr Satoshi Uchida, Managing Director, Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt Ltd. said, “The two-wheeler industry continues to maneuver through the challenges presented by the pandemic and supply-chain crisis. Despite these testing circumstances, Suzuki Motorcycle India has witnessed a satisfactory demand, both from the domestic and overseas markets. In May 2022, we registered overall sales of 71,526 units. Meanwhile, in May, we also commenced the deliveries of our highly anticipated 250cc sports adventure tourer, V-Strom SX. We are happy to announce that this motorcycle has garnered encouraging reviews so far. It is also being appreciated for its performance on daily basis, touring capabilities and features, adding to the overall riding experience. We are thankful to all our customers, dealer partners and staff members for their continuous support and belief in the brand, Suzuki” More

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    Suzuki Sales Breakup April 2022 – Access, Avenis, Burgman, Gixxer

    Suzuki Two Wheeler saw its Access scooter as the best-selling model in domestic markets while the Gixxer topped export listsImage – SouRik MotoworldSuzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd. (SMIPL) reported domestic sales de- growth in April 2022 on a YoY while MoM sales improved. Exports on the other hand saw increased sales both in terms of YoY and MoM. Suzuki has posted a 14.95 percent YoY de-growth in April 2022 in terms of domestic sales. Sales dipped to 54,327 units, down from 63,879 units sold in April 2021. MoM sales increased 7.08 percent from 50,734 units sold in March 2022.Suzuki Access scooter was the best-selling model in the company lineup in domestic markets last month despite a de-growth of 38.20 percent. Sales dipped to 32,932 units, down from 53,285 units sold in April 2021. MoM sales improved 5.90 percent over 31,097 units sold in March 2022 when share percentage was at 61.79. This was a 20,353 unit YoY volume de-growth while the Access scooter commands a 60.62 percent share. Suzuki Access was the third best-selling scooter in India in April 2022 after the Activa and Jupiter.Suzuki Two Wheeler Domestic Sales Breakup Apr 2022The new Avenis, launched in India in November 2021, has become the second best seller in the company portfolio. Sales in the past month stood at 11,078 units, up 12.87 percent MoM over 9,815 units sold in March 2022. The Avenis scooter is being offered in a range of 3 variants and 5 colour options and is in a price ranging between Rs. 86,500 to Rs. 87,000.Burgman sales improved both YoY and MoM to 9,088 units in April 2022, up 11.45 percent over 8,154 units sold in April 2021 and over 8,975 units sold in March 2022. Despite sales increase, its share percentage dipped from 17.69 percent to 16.73 percent last month.Suzuki Two Wheeler Sales Domestic – April 2022Sales of the Suzuki Gixxer fell 52.23 percent YoY to 1,008 units, from 2,110 units sold in April 2021. However, MoM sales improved 59.24 percent from 633 units sold in March 2022. Gixxer 250 sales also dipped YoY by 56.39 percent to 208 units from 133 units sold in April 2021 while MoM sales improved 2.46 percent over 203 units sold in March 2022.Domestic sales of the V-Strom 650 also posted a 52.38 percent YoY de-growth to just 10 units last month, down from 21 units sold in April 2021. MoM sales improved by 150 percent over 4 units sold in March 2022. Hayabusa sales were down to 3 units while there were 0 units of the Intruder sold last month.Suzuki Exports Apr 2022Better performance was seen in export markets with YoY and MoM growth at 26.41 percent and 19.63 percent respectively. Total exports last month stood at 17,660 units, up from 13,970 units sold in April 2022 while exports had been at 14,762 units in March 2022. The Gixxer was the most favoured bike in global markets with a 31.65 percent YoY growth to 8,066 units, up from 6,142 units sold in April 2021. MoM sales dipped 8.45 percent from 8,832 units sold in March 2022.Suzuki Two Wheeler Exports – April 2022Burgman exports dipped 4.70 percent YoY to 6,292 units from 6,602 units sold in April 2021 while demand increased 125.28 percent MoM over 2,793 units shipped in March 2022. This was a 3,499 unit volume growth. Share percentage also increased from 18.92 percent held in March 2022 to 35.63 percent in the past month. Gixxer 250 exports were up 160.05 percent YoY to 2,226 units while MoM sales fell 4.59 percent over 2,333 units in March 2022.While Hayate exports stood at 456 units in the pasts month, down 24 percent over 600 units exported in March 2022, Intruder exports were up 500 percent to 384 units from 64 units shipped in April 2021 and also increased 146.15 percent from 156 units exported in March 2022. Access scooter exports stood at 156 units last month, 11.43 percent over 140 units sold in April 2021 and up 225 percent from 48 units shipped in March 2022. There were also 60 units of the Avenis scooter exported last month while 0 units of Lets were exported. More