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Royal Enfield’s global sales grew by 145 percent in September 2022

The Indian manufacturer is unstoppable, and shows no signs of slowing down.

Royal Enfield’s global sales grew by 145 percent in September 2022

In September 2022, Royal Enfield sales surged by a startling 145 percent. The Indian firm has seen significant growth this year, with global sales for September 2022 totaling an astounding 82,097 units. When compared to the 33,529 bikes sold in September 2021, this is indeed a significant increase, and just goes to show how much momentum Royal Enfield has been building in recent months.

When compared to the same time in 2021, Royal Enfield sold 73,646 units in September 2022, as opposed to 27,233 in September 2021. As a result, the firm has experienced a rise of 170 percent on the Indian market alone. On the other hand, Royal Enfield exported more bikes as wel, going from 6,296 in September 2021 to 8,451 in September 2022. The recent debuts of two wheelers like the Scram 411 and Hunter 350, which have unanimously received outstanding reviews since going on sale, are most likely responsible for the company's remarkable sales numbers.

Royal Enfield Scram 411

Speaking of recent releases, Royal Enfield has now made the Hunter 350, the company's most affordable motorbike, available in India. It has a suggested retail price of Rs 149,000, which is around P106,000 for the Retro model. The Hunter 350 is built on the same chassis as the Classic and Meteor 350 and utilizes the upgraded 349cc, single-cylinder engine. The Hunter, however, has a sportier overall appearance and more upright ergonomics than the other two motorcycles. Having said that, there is currently no information available about whether the Hunter 350 will be sold locally, so keep checking back for updates.

Given Royal Enfield's recent success, the company has many new models in the works and shows no indications of slowing down. Royal Enfield is anticipated to launch the Bullet 350 very soon, expanding the 350 model lineup to four models, which has proven to be popular in the Asian market. In addition, further new models, including the much anticipated Himalayan 450 and a cruiser built on the Interceptor 650 chassis, are slated to be on sale soon. If and when Royal Enfield introduces these bikes, the Indian firm will undoubtedly succeed spectacularly in the global market.

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