New Delhi, July 2 (Calcutta Tube) Two wheeler major Bajaj Auto Friday reported a 63 percent increase in sales in June at 315,422 units and said that sales were affected due to limited production facilities.
The company sold 282,808 motorcycles in the month under review, against 167,945, contributing 68 percent growth over last year.
Three wheelers sales were up by 32 percent at 32,614 vehicles as against 24,731 units in June 2009.
The company will this month launch E445 M, a commercial vehicle for the sub-urban and rural markets.
From April-June 2010, Bajaj has clocked a 70 percent increase in sales at 928,336 units as against 547,662 units over last year.
Motorcycle sales have risen by 72 percent and three wheelers by 58 percent.