Suzuki Motorcycle Sells The Highest Ever - 11.33 Lakh Bikes In FY 2023-24

The company sold a total of 1,03,669 units in March 2024, up by 6.2 per cent

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Suzuki Motorcycle India (SMIPL), the two-wheeler subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan, continues its upward sales growth. 

Sales during April 2023 – March 2024

For the first time ever, SMIPL’s two-wheeler sales have crossed 11 lakh mark. Recording the highest ever sales of 11,33,902 units in FY2023-24, SMIPL has achieved a double-digit growth of 21 per cent against 9,38,371 units sold in FY2022-23.

The company’s domestic sales has registered 26 per cent growth from 7,30,756 units in FY2022-23 to 9,21,009 units in FY2023-24. SMIPL’s export volume in FY2023-24 grew by 3 per cent to 2,12,893 units from 2,07,615 units exported in FY2022-23.

Total sales in March 2024

SMIPL sold a total of 1,03,669 units in March 2024, up by 6.2 per cent from 97,584 units in March 2023. With 18 per cent growth in the domestic market, SMIPL’s sales closed at 86,164 units in March 2024 compared to 73,069 units in March 2023. Its exports closed at 17,505 units in March’24 compared to 24,515 units in March’23.

Speaking on the company’s sales performance, Kenichi Umeda, Managing Director of Suzuki Motorcycle India, said, “SMIPL’s performance in FY2023-24 showcases the immense trust and confidence that customers have shown upon Suzuki two-wheelers. As we continue to innovate and expand our offerings, we look forward to further strengthening our position in the Indian two-wheeler market. Furthermore, it continues its strong growth curve for consecutive months. With a focus on customer hospitality and satisfaction, we aim for sustaining this growth momentum in the future.”

FY2023-24 was a significant year for Suzuki Motorcycle India. The company expanded its V-Strom family with the launch of the V-Strom 800DE, marking the company’s first 800cc-class motorcycle in India. Additionally, the company updated its entire domestic line-up with E20 compliant engine. 

To elevate the overall customer experience, SMIPL expanded its footprint with inauguration of dealerships in multiple states including Maharashtra, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, and Punjab. During the last year, the company further forged new partnerships with banking and financial institutions making it easier for customers to own a Suzuki Motorcycle.


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