Domestic two-wheeler sales rose 5 percent to 1,64,384 units in July 2022, from 1,56,232 units in the same period a year ago, while exports fell 14 percent to 1,50,670 units, compared with 1,74,337 units in the year-ago period. the same period. month of last year, the company said in a regulatory filing.
Commercial vehicle (CV) sales rose 3 percent in the month to 39,616 units, more than 38,547 CVs sold in domestic and international markets last July, according to the filing.
Total sales (two-wheelers and commercial vehicles) fell 4 percent to 3,54,670 vehicles during the reporting month, compared to 3,69,116 units in July 2021, the company said.
Total exports (two-wheelers and CVs) fell 15 percent in July to 1,71,714 units, compared to 2,01,843 vehicles sold in the overseas markets in the same month of 2021.