Top 10 bestselling scooters in India

In September 2022, Honda’s Assets continued to top the sales charts. With 2.45,607 units sold compared to 2.45,352 in the same period in 2021.

TVS Jupiter was the second most popular scooter in the country last month, selling 82,394 units. Compared to the same period in 2021, volume increased by 46.2% year over year.

The Suzuki Access 125 came in third with sales of 46,851 units in September 2022. It sold 45,040 units in September 2021 with positive year-over-year sales growth of 4.02 percent in the domestic market.

TVS Ntorq 125 finished fourth, with a total of 31,497 units. It sold 29,452 units and annualized sales growth of 6.94% last September. Honda’s Dio finished fifth with 29,994 units sold versus 34,557 units, down 13.2% year over year.

Last month, Hero Pleasure+ was the sixth most popular scooter in the country. At 19,682 units compared to 21,648 units in September 2021, year-over-year sales are down 9%.

Hero MotoCorp’s Destini 125 finished seventh last month with 14,951 units, up from 12,358 units a year ago.

Suzuki 125 Burgman Street finished eighth with total domestic sales of 12,875 units. It sold 8,669 units in September 2021, a 48.5% year-over-year increase.

Yamaha Fascino finished ninth with 10,348 units compared to 14,244 units last year, a 27.3% year-over-year decline.

Last month, TVS Motor Company’s Pep+ was the tenth most popular scooter in India. 9,518 units were registered versus 7,259 units, an increase of 31.1% in volume year on year. The scooter market is expected to be very active before the end of the year.

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