Cruising to the Top: 10 Highest-Selling Two-Wheelers InNovember 2023
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Cruising to the Top: 10 Highest-Selling Two-Wheelers InNovember 2023

Featured Stories by Team Drivio | Dec 15, 2023

Two-wheeler sales revved up this past November, with several models jostling for the prime sales positions. We break down November 2023's 10 top-selling motorcycles and scooters offering the most bang for the buck.

  • Hero Splendor continues its reign as the best-selling two-wheeler thanks to its wallet-friendly price and stellar fuel economy.
  • TVS Jupiter's scooter supremacy goes strong providing outstanding value alongside Honda Activa.
  • Royal Enfield makes a surprise entry with its new retro-styled Meteor 350 launching to an enthusiastic reception.

India's two-wheeler market races harder each month. For buyers seeking the optimal mix of affordability, efficiency, and desirability, these 10 top-ranked models for November 2023 deliver on every cylinder. Let's count them down!

1. Hero Splendor Plus

The Hero Splendor Plus cements its place as India’s favorite motorcycle. Its 97.2cc engine delivers immense mileage and sprightly city performance weighing just 109kg. This month saw Hero sell 2,63,684 Splendor models, thanks to its sheer value at just Rs. 68,000.

2. Hero HF Deluxe

Proving Hero’s commuter bike dominance is its range-topping Hero HF Deluxe. At just Rs. 57,000, its 100cc engine, 12-liter fuel tank, and low 696mm seat height equal unbeatable practicality. 230,449 HF Deluxe bikes hit the streets in November.

3. Honda Activa

India’s best-loved scooter, Honda Activa took the bronze medal with its versatile 110cc engine and practical underseat storage winning over 196,000 buyers last month. Its frugal economy, nimble handling, and Rs. 74,536 prices make it a favorite everywhere.

4. TVS Jupiter

Snapping at Honda’s heels, TVS sold 190,122 units of its popular TVS Jupiter scooter that blends well-rounded capabilities with style and an affordable Rs. 70,802 cost. Its 109cc motor returns 55kmpl economy plus underbone chassis agility.

5. Bajaj Pulsar

Bajaj stormed this month’s rankings, as its crowd-pulling Bajaj Pulsar motorcycle occupied fifth place. Flashy design housing a punchy 150cc engine defines this model, which drew 168,234 new riders thanks to its sub-Rs. 1 lakh pricing.

6. TVS XL100

TVS enjoyed a strong sales surge last month, led by its trusty TVS XL100 commuter motorcycle finding homes with 154,878 buyers in November 2023. For only Rs. 46,087 its 99.7cc workhorse engine carries loads across the nation daily.

7. Royal Enfield Classic 350

Royal Enfield’s retro vibes keep shining after 15 years, as seen by the Royal Enfield Classic 350 outselling nearly every motorcycle save Hero’s line-up. Its timeless style inspired 140,772 new owners this past month, even at a premium of Rs. 1.9 lakh positioning.

8. Bajaj CT100

Bajaj snagged eighth place too courtesy of its Bajaj CT100 bread-and-butter commuter bike. The CT100 sticks to a basic design formula with a 102cc motor and four-speed gearbox that fulfills the essentials for 128,861 customers in November at just Rs. 59,802.

9. Royal Enfield Meteor 350

Royal Enfield’s fortunes rise higher after launching its all-new Royal Enfield Meteor 350 cruiser to a rapturous reception. Despite a Rs. 2.16 lakh price tag, its easy-going long-range appeal saw sales hit 94,291 units right out of the gate.

10. TVS Apache RTR 160

Wrapping up the top 10 is TVS Apache RTR 160, as 94,179 buyers gravitated to this quarter-liter sports bike purveying aggressive styling and 159cc performance punch for Rs. 1.15 lakh. Its racing DNA makes it hugely popular with enthusiasts everywhere.