The positive trend in motorcycle sales continues in UK that in June it posted a + 11.2% compared to when obtained twelve months earlier.
The monthly growth follows those of April and May, that is, after the dealerships had been reopened throughout the country, and above all confirms the gain even compared to a 2019 free from the effects of the pandemic.
In June of this year the total registrations were 14.863, with a difference of + 11.2% compared to June 2020 (when the first lockdown was now over and sales were recovering) and with a gain of +28% compared to the same month of 2019.
This recovery coincides with the arrival of the news in the dealerships and also with the restart of the exams for obtaining the driving license.
There are new motorcyclists who are discovering the usefulness of motorcycles and scooters in individual mobility and the fact that many companies are preparing to reduce smart working could stimulate the purchase of two wheels.
Returning to the recently concluded month of June, i mopeds sold – representing a minority share – were 775 (+ 6.2%), three-wheelers dropped to 107 units (-3.6%), while scooter over 50 cc there were 3,449 (+31.3%).
The motorcycle registered in June were instead 10,532, or + 7%. Of these the most important type was that of naked (3,101 units), but grew by just 1.1%.
Strong leap forward instead for the Adventure: 2,999 units and a +40,7%; followed by Modern Classic (1,419 and a modest + 1.9%) and Custom (1,124 and a + 2.2%).
I 125 models are worth a third of sales with just over 5,000 units, but growing by just 2.8%. The models electrical saw a strong boost in June: 633 units (of which 535 are mopeds) and one +155%.
From January to June total sales reached 58.105 units, with an increase of +31,4% on the first half of 2020.
In the first half of this year i mopeds they were 3,209 (+30,4%), the scooter over 50 cc 13,311 units (+46%), while the motorcycle they added up 41.049 sales (+27 %).
210% increase for electric vehicles, 2,619 in total; of these models up to 4 kW of power, comparable to mopeds, represent over 80% of the market.
Below are the best-selling models according to data provided by the British MCIA (they indicate the leading vehicle of the respective segments), further below they are the first ones for the different engine classes. Note that the BMW 1250 GS which sells a lot is the Adventure version.
The good performance of the Royal Enfiled Interceptor 650, as he begins to make his way there Yamaha Tracer 9 of fresh arrival.
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