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Boxer helps Bajaj to achieve its highest ever monthly sales

02-November-2002
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Boxer helps Bajaj to achieve its highest ever monthly sales

Bajaj Auto Ltd (BAL) sold 82,913 motorcycles in October 2002, its highest ever monthly sale. Total sales of two and three-wheeler for the month, stood at 1,35,887 units.

According to source the motorcycle growth was propelled by the sale of over 51,000 Boxers. In October, BAL also launched the Boxer AR, selling more than 12,000 units in the first month.

According to it, on October 28, cumulative production of the Pulsar exceeded 1,00,000 units. Plans are underway to raise manufacturing capacity for the Pulsar. Last month, the company sold 18,412 Pulsars.

Over 20,000 three wheelers were sold in October, representing a YoY growth of 40 per cent. Export of 2&3-wheelers for the month was up by 135 per cent, to 12,768 units.

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