TVS Motor sales up 4% to 345,848 units in August 2023, ET Auto

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<p>TVS iQube Electric recorded the highest sales of 23,887 units in August 2023<br></p>
TVS iQube Electric recorded the highest sales of 23,887 units in August 2023

New Delhi: TVS Motor Company registered a sales growth of 4% increasing from 333,787 units in August 2022 to 345,848 units in August 2023.

Total two-wheeler sales registered a growth of 5% from 315,539 units in August 2022 to 332,110 units in August 2023. Domestic two-wheelers grew 7% with sales increasing from 239,325 units in August 2022 to 256,619 units in August 2023.

Motorcycles registered a decline of 6% with 153,047 units in August 2023 as against 157,118 units in August 2022. Scooter sales registered a growth of 17% with sales increasing from 121,866 units in August 2022 to 142,502 units in August 2023.

TVS iQube Electric recorded the highest sales of 23,887 units in August 2023 as against sales of 4,418 units in August 2022. Order book for TVS iQube Electric scooter continues to be healthy, the company said.

The Company’s total exports registered sales of 87,515 units in August 2023 as against 93,111 units in August 2022, which is a decline of 6%. Two-wheeler exports alone registered 1% decline in sales with 75,491 units in August 2023 as against 76,214 units in August 2022.

Three-wheelers sales of the company were down by 25% with 13,738 units in August 2023 as against 18,248 units in August 2022.

  • Published On Sep 1, 2023 at 06:52 PM IST

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