. As the year reaches a conclusion, the bike market of India appears to have recuperated to pre-lockdown times, at any rate as far as marketing projections. In November 2020, in excess of 16 lakh units were sold in India, including the two bikes and bikes. In the previous market space, Hero MotoCorp figured out how to hold its top position, on account of the Splendor range

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 An aggregate of 2,48,398 units of the Hero Splendor were dispatched a month ago, making it the top of the line cruiser in India in November 2020. The Splendor range comprises of three models – including Splendor Plus, Splendor iSmart, and Super Splendor – which basically possess three distinct portions in the Indian market.


The subsequent position was held by the Hero HF Deluxe, which figured out how to retail 1,79,426 units during a similar period. Bajaj Pulsar figured out how to get the third spot, selling 1,04,904 units of all its various variations consolidated (150, NS160, 180F, 220F, NS200, and RS200). Next, we have the Honda CB Shine, which retailed an aggregate of 94,413 units. 

At the fifth spot, we have another Hero bike – Passion Pro Plus. A month ago, the bicycle figured out how to sell 53,768 units. The 6th position was held by Bajaj's entrance level suburbanite bicycle, the (Platina 100 and 110 H-Gear), which figured out how to retail an aggregate of 41,572 units. 

TVS Apache held the seventh situation, with an all out offer of 41,572 units (comprising of RTR 160, RTR 160 4V, RTR 180, RTR 200 4V, and RR 310). We have one more Hero bicycle at eighth position – Glamor 125 – which sold 39,899 units in November 2020. 

Top 10 Best-Selling Motorcycles In November 2020 Model Sales figure Hero Splendor 2,48,398 Hero HF Deluxe 1,79,426 Bajaj Pulsar 1,04,904 Honda CB Shine 94,413 Hero Passion Pro Plus 53,768 Bajaj Platina 41,572 TVS Apache 41,557 Hero Glamor 39,899 Royal Enfield Classic 350 39,391 Bajaj CT 29,046 

At the ninth spot, we have the Royal Enfield Classic 350, which retailed 39,391 units a month ago. The Classic 350 actually remains the brand's top-selling bicycle, regardless of the way that it's expected for an update one year from now, which is very noteworthy. The 10th spot is held by the Bajaj's other passage level suburbanite, the CT (CT100 and CT110), with a marketing projection of 29,046 units.