The Pakistan Automobile Manufacturing Association (PAMA) has reported that the motorcycle sector saw the sales fall by 19.48% during the first quarter of the current fiscal year as compared to the same period last year.
In this time frame, around 367,656 motorcycles and three-wheelers were sold as compared to the same period last year where 456,626 units were sold. Honda saw their sales drop by 11.62% to 235,116 units as compared to 266,029 last year.
Suzuki motorcycles’ sales plunged by 11.34% to 5,018 units from 5,660 units last year. In the case of Yamaha motorbikes, sales fell by 1.16%, to 6,212 units from 6,285 units last year.
United Auto motorcycles witnessed their sales go from 109,512 units to 81,012 units, an overall fall of 26.02%. For Road Prince motorcycles, sales nose-dived by 35.02%, from 45,247 units to 29,399 units. Whilst, three-wheelers manufactured by Road Prince oversaw a small hike in their sales by 2.51% to 1,628 units from 1,588 units
Qingqi three-wheelers saw this sales drop by 69.43%, from 5,566 units to 1,701 units, and in the case of United Auto three-wheelers, they fell by 55.88%, from 3,176 units to 1,401 units.