Suzuki February 2022 Sales – Better Numbers Than Before

Suzuki February 2022 sales – Against the tide, the Jap manufacturer actually managed to remain in the green, in both MoM as well as YoY numbers…

Suzuki Motorcycle India have released their sales numbers for the month of February 2022. Exports did well for the company, while the Domestic sales struggled. 

Suzuki February 2022 sales

Suzuki registered Gross Sales of 72,200 units for February 2022. It is a bump of just 0.75% compared to 71,662 units sold during February 2021. 

Suzuki February 2022 Sales

Commenting on the sales performance, Mr. Satoshi Uchida (Managing Director, Suzuki Motorcycle India) said –

“Despite the ongoing Semi-Conductor availability constraints, we continue to keep our growth momentum in the month of February, 2022. We are experiencing a strong demand both from the domestic and the export market. Hence, we are cautiously optimistic that as we enter into the new Financial Year, the semi-conductor availability will improve and we shall be able to cater to the customer demand in full measure”

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Year-over-Year Sales

Suzuki Motorcycle India registered Domestic Sales of 58,603 units last month, down by 1.56% compared to 59,530 units sold in February of 2021. 

The Exports showed a healthy growth of 12.08%, and were up from from 12,132 units in February 2021 to 13,597 units of February 2022. 

Suzuki February 2022 sales

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Month-over-Month Sales

The MoM sales paint a similar picture. 

The MoM Domestic Sales declined by 3.33%, dropping from 60,623 units sold in January 2022. 

On the other hand, the Exports grew by a significant 43.59%, up from 9,469 units sold in January 2022. 

The Gross Sales MoM grew by 3.01%, up from 70,092 units registered in January 2022. 

Suzuki February 2022 sales

This (minor) growth is against the general trend where almost all manufacturers are in the red zone. Major sellers for the company remain its scooters and to further strengthen its portfolio, the company introduced Avenis between Access and Burgman Street.