Bajaj Auto has recorded its highest ever sales in December 2012. The country's second-largest two wheeler maker reported a 13% jump in its motorcycle sales at 2,98,350 units in December 2012. The company sold 2,63,699 bikes in the same period in 2011. It sold 45,596 commercial vehicles in the same month as against 41,991 vehicles in the previous year, an increase of 9%. The company also sold 343,946 vehicles in 2012 as against 305,690 vehicles the previous year, up by 13%. The company’s Q3 sales at 1.42 lakh vehicles were the highest ever for any quarter, Rajiv Bajaj, MD, Bajaj Auto said.
Ashok Leyland December sales slide by 19%
Ashok Leyland reported a 19% decline in its December 2012 sales to 7,299 units as compared to 9,048 units sold in same month in 2011. This, despite a 88% growth in its LCV ‘Dost’ sales of 2,069 units (1,099 units in December 2011). The M&HCV sales during the month fell to 5,230 units (7,949 units). However, for the nine months period ending December 2012, all sales grew 21% to 79,990 units as compared to 66,321 units sold in the same period last financial year.
TVS Motor sales dip marginally in December
TVS Motor reported a fall in its December 2012 sales to 156,221 units as against 170,428 units in the same period last year. The company registered total two-wheeler sales of 151,735 units in December 2012 as against 167,905 units in 2011. Domestic sales stood at 134,566
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