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Are you looking for the most popular scooters or two-wheelers in February 2023? Here is a list of the best selling two-wheelers in India in February 2023.

Which is best two wheeler of February 2023

Here is a list of the 10 best selling two-wheelers of February 2023

  • Splendor
  • Bajaj Pulsar
  • Honda Activa
  • TVS Jupiter
  • TVS XL 100
  • TVS Raider
  • HF Deluxe
  • Suzuki Access
  • TVS Apache
  • CB Shine
Hero Splendor

In India, Hero Honda manufactures the Splendor, an entry-level motorcycle. It again topped the two-wheeler sales charts in February 2023, with 2,88,605 units sold, a 48.97% increase over the 1,93,731 units sold in February 2022. The Splendor maintained its 34.78 percent market share, selling 94,874 more units. The Honda Shine 100, which was recently released, will increase competition for the Hero Splendor.

Bajaj Pulsar

The sports bike was the most popular two-wheeler in our list of the top-selling two-wheelers in India last month. Sales of the Pulsar range last month increased by 45.78% when compared to February 2022, when Bajaj sold 54,951 units of its sporty motorcycle for the masses (25,155 units). Last month, a total of 80,106 Pulsars rolled off the Bajaj showroom floors. Pulsar sales are expected to increase as a result of the release of the updated 220F in 2023, as well as the upgraded NS160 and NS200.

Honda Activa

Honda Activa sales increased 20.08 percent year on year to 1,74,503 units in February 2023, compared to 1,45,317 units in February 2022. The company plans to launch a new electric scooter, possibly an electric version of the Activa scooter. This was the only other two-wheeler on the market that received this honor last month.

TVS Jupiter

TVS Jupiter sales increased 14.44% year on year to 53,891 units in February 2023. In February 2022, 47,092 units were sold in comparison. It was also recognized for branding and marketing excellence at the World Brand Congress’ 5th CMO Asia Awards. Many TVS models have been introduced successfully, including the TVS Jupiter ZX, TVS Jupiter Classic, and, most recently, the TVS Jupiter Grande.

TVS XL 100

Last month, the TVS XL 100, a well-known operator in the Indian motorcycle industry, reached 35,346 housing units. However, sales of the XL 100 fell significantly year on year, falling by 502 units (1.4%) compared to the 35,848 units sold in February 2022.

TVS Raider

The Raider is TVS’s sporty-looking commuting product for the 125cc market. The fuel tank on the TVS Raider 125 is made of metal. The TVS Raider 125 has an overall height of 1028 mm and a seat height of 780 mm. Last month, 30,346 Raiders were sold, a 105.82% (15,602 unit) percentage point increase from the 14,744 Raiders sold in February 2022.

HF Deluxe

The Hero HF Deluxe BS6 Self-Start Alloy-Wheel i3S is the most expensive model, costing around 70,000. The HF Deluxe’s sales dropped by 25.86% from 75,927 units sold in February 2022 to 56,290 units sold in February 2023. As a result, the volume decreased by 19,632 units.

Suzuki Access

The New Suzuki Access 125 is our best-selling scooter, and it incorporates our cutting SEP technology to provide the best of both worlds: power and mileage. The Suzuki Access is the third scooter on this list, with the Japanese manufacturer selling 40,194 units in February 2023. Sales of the Access increased by 7.15% (2,682 units) year on year when compared to February 2022, when Suzuki shipped out 37,512 units of the scooter.

TVS Apache

Another option was the TVS Apache, which was ranked ninth on this list of the top ten greatest love two-wheelers in February 2023. In the race against time, the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V has consistently outperformed itself, pushing the boundaries of performance and technology. When compared to the previous year, the Apache lineup’s stats increased by 112.94%. (18,529 units). TVS sold 16,406 Apache-based vehicles in February 2022.

CB Shine

The Honda Shine is currently the market leader in the 125cc category, with the Japanese manufacturer selling 35,594 motorcycles in that month. The CB Shine now has a 4.29 percent market share, with a volume drop of 46,106 units. Honda designed this 125 CC commuter motorcycle to appeal to the general public. The bike weighs 115 kg and features tubeless tires as well as alloy wheels.


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