Bajaj Auto exports highest ever 2.5 million items in 2021
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- on Jan 03, 2022
Bajaj Auto’s 125cc plus bike phase contributed 41 per cent of the two-wheeler quantity within the calendar yr 2021. Aside from Pulsar, the Bajaj Dominar model grew by 49 per cent final yr as a consequence of robust response to the brand new Dominar 250 mannequin.
Bajaj Auto on Monday introduced that it has seen a 30 per cent year-on-year development in gross sales within the abroad market to over 2.5 million in calendar yr 2021 regardless of varied challenges. The car export determine in 2021 was additionally the very best in a calendar yr for the corporate.
The corporate exported over 2.2 million items of two-wheelers within the calendar yr 2021, whereas gross sales of three-wheelers and quadricycles added over 0.3 million items to the exports. The corporate exports automobiles to greater than 70 nations. It additional plans to foray into main markets corresponding to Brazil and Western Europe.
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The 125cc+ phase contributed 41 per cent of the two-wheeler quantity in calendar yr 2021, whereas main sports activities bike model Pulsar achieved its highest ever export gross sales in 2021. Pulsar continues to take care of management place in key markets corresponding to Colombia, Mexico. Argentina, Guatemala, Peru, Turkey, Bangladesh, Nepal and Egypt.
Aside from Pulsar, Bajaj Dominar noticed a development of 49 per cent final yr as a consequence of robust response to the brand new Dominar 250 mannequin. The corporate mentioned that the Dominar model has change into a pacesetter within the 250-400cc sports activities bike phase in nations like Colombia, Argentina, Mexico, Guatemala and Turkey for the reason that launch of the newest mannequin.
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Bajaj Boxer achieved its highest ever export gross sales in 2021, and continues to be a market chief in Africa with over 40 per cent share in key nations corresponding to Nigeria, Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo.
The corporate attributes its robust export efficiency to its constant management place in a number of world markets and years of dedication. “Our various model portfolio permits us to interact with a variety of consumers, from moto-taxis to sports activities tourers and every part in between,” Rakesh Sharma, government director of the corporate, mentioned in a press release. “This versatility is of nice worth in mitigating present volatility in addition to capturing emergent alternatives,” he mentioned.
(with inputs from PTI)
First printed date: 03 Jan 2022 at 12:46 PM IST