Indian two-wheeler production and plant capacity analysis

24.5 million units produced in FY2018-19, eMobility in the early stages

2019/06/11

Summary

  India is the largest manufacturer of two wheelers in the world. The two-wheeler market primarily consists of motorcycle and scooter segments. In the domestic market, two-wheeler industry production grew from 23.2 million units in 2017-18 to 24.5 million units in 2018-19.

  At present two-wheeler production accounts for 80% of total production of automobiles in India. Indian two-wheeler manufacturers have more than 25 million installed capacity. The increase in per capita income levels, high fuel efficiency, easy financing options, final mile delivery for the e-commerce sector, government policy for farmers and preference of two-wheeler in eMobility will further boost two-wheeler sales in India. Two wheeler production is expected to grow to 50.6 million units annually by 2026.

 

Vehicle production in India (FY2018-19)

Unit production
Vehicle production in India (FY2018-19)
(Source: Created by MarkLines using information provided by various announcements and sources)
Category Unit production
(thousands)
Two-Wheeler 24,503
Passenger Vehicles 4,026
Three-Wheeler 1,268
Commercial Vehicles 1,112


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Analysis of Indian Two-Wheeler Production

  In the domestic market two wheeler sales registered a growth of 4.86 percent in April-March 2019 over April-March 2018. Within the two wheeler segment, scooters declined by (-) 0.27 percent, whereas motorcycles and mopeds grew by 7.76 percent and 2.41 percent respectively in April-March 2019 over April-March 2018.

  The production of two-wheelers grew by 5.8% to 24.5 million in FY 2018-19 against 23.2 million in FY 2017-18. Motorcycles grew by 8.8% while sales for scooters were flat. Moped production grew by 4.1%

 

Overall Production analysis

  The production of two-wheelers increased with a healthy CAGR of 6.4 % in the last six fiscal years.

  The Indian market is dominated by motorcycles as it is a convenient mode of transport in rural areas, however in recent times, the demand for scooters has increased due to rapid urbanization. The Indian two-wheeler market is still dominated by entry level motorcycles which have a capacity below 125 cc.





Indian two-wheeler production share in FY 2018-19

Production Share
Production share by two-wheeler category (FY2018-19)
(Source: Created by MarkLines using information provided by various announcements and sources)
Category Production
(Thousands)
Share
Scooter 7,095 29.0%
Motorcycles 16,503 67.3%
Mopeds 905 3.7%
Total 24,503 100.0%

 

Model Production Analysis

  Of the total two-wheelers produced, motorcycles account for 67% of the production. Scooters have a share of 29%, while mopeds cover the remaining share.

  Motorcycles that have an engine capacity of less than 110 cc account for 40% of the total production, while scooters that have an engine capacity of between 90-125 cc account for 28% of the total production. Together these two categories account for almost two-thirds of the total production and are also the most preferable two-wheelers for the middle, and lower middle-classes in India.

Two-wheeler Categorization Production (Thousands)
Scooter < 75 cc 10
Scooter 75 cc - 90 cc 144
Scooter 90 cc - 125 cc 6,901
Scooter 125 cc - 150 cc 40
Motorcycle 75 cc - 110 cc 9,862
Motorcycle 110 cc - 125 cc 2,518
Motorcycle 125 cc - 150 cc 1,772
Motorcycle 150 cc - 200 cc 1,242
Motorcycle 200 cc - 250 cc 177
Motorcycle 250 cc - 350 cc 818
Motorcycle > 350 cc and above 114
Mopeds 905

Two-wheeler Category wise production
Two-wheeler production by category and displacement (FY2018-19)
(Source: Created by MarkLines using information provided by various announcements and sources)



OEM shares

  The Indian two-wheeler market is dominated by four major players: Hero MotoCorp, Honda, Bajaj and TVS Motor. Together they account for more than 85% of production.

OEM Production (Thousands) FY 2018-19 Share
Hero 7,832 32.0%
Honda 5,894 24.1%
Bajaj 4,233 17.3%
TVS 3,770 15.4%
Yamaha 1,070 4.4%
Royal Enfield 842 3.4%
Suzuki 743 3.0%
Others 119 0.5%
Production Share - OEM
Production share by two-wheeler OEMs (FY2018-19)
(Source: Created by MarkLines using information provided by various announcements and sources)

Localization and Auto Component shares

Auto components supply to OEMs
(Source: Created by MarkLines using ACMA annual release for 2018)

  For the Indian two-wheeler market, market leaders in two-wheelers have started developing bikes that are 100 percent indigenous and bigger foreign players have also surpassed 90% localization.  In fiscal year 2017-18, 23% of total auto components supplied for Indian OEMS was for the two-wheeler segment. The segment is the second largest consumer of auto components in India after passenger vehicles.

 



Hero MotoCorp Ltd.

Production capacity

Plant Location Capacity
Gurgaon, Haryana 2,100,000
Dharuhera, Haryana 2,100,000
Haridwar, Uttarakhand 2,700,000
Neemrana, Rajasthan 1,100,000
Vadodara, Gujarat 1,200,000
Total 9,200,000

Source: Hero MotoCorp annual report

  Hero MotoCorp Ltd. (formerly Hero Honda Motors Ltd.) is the largest manufacturer of two-wheelers in India. In 2001, the company achieved the coveted position, and continues to maintain this position till date. It surpassed more than 85 million units in cumulative sales since its inception.

  It has six domestic and two international production plants. The company's products are available in over 37 countries across the globe.

  Overseas plant - Its Colombia plant has a capacity of 80,000 units and its Bangladesh plant has a capacity of 120,000 units.

  Expansion and new plant - Hero MotoCorp is building a new plant in SriCity, Andhra Pradesh which will have a capacity of 1,800,000. The first phase will be completed in the second half of FY 2020.

 

Hero MotoCorp Production analysis
Hero MotoCorp production analysis
(Created by MarkLines using information provided by various announcements and sources)

Product portfolio
  In FY 2018-19, Hero MotoCorp produced 7.8 million two-wheelers in India. Hero MotoCorp is the largest motorcycle manufacturer in India and in terms of total production, over 90% of vehicles are motorcycles while the rest are scooters. In the motorcycle segment too, motorcycles that have an engine capacity between 75 cc to 110 cc dominate production.

Category Engine Capacity Units (Thousands) Production share
Scooter 90 -125 cc 736 9.4%
Scooter - Total 736 9.4%
Motorcycles 75 - 110 cc 6,225 79.7%
110 - 125 cc 798 10.2%
above 125 cc 50 0.6%
Motorcycles Total 7,073 90.6%

 

Model wise production in FY 2018-19

Motorcycle
Engine Capacity Model name Units (thousands)
75 - 125 cc Passion 926
75 - 125 cc HF Dawn 10
75 - 125 cc HF Deluxe 2,219
75 - 125 cc Splendor 3,070
75 - 125 cc Glamour 798
125 - 150 cc Hunk 20
125 - 150 cc Xtreme 16
125 - 150 cc Acheiver 11
above 150 cc XTREME 200R 24
above 150 cc Karizma 0.1

Scooter
Engine Capacity Model name Units (thousands)
90 - 125 cc Hero Duet 178
90 - 125 cc HERO DESTNI 125 108
90 - 125 cc Maestro 280
90 - 125 cc Pleasure 171

Source: Created by MarkLines using information provided by various announcements and sources

 



Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. (HMSI)

Production capacity

Plant Location Capacity
Manesar, Haryana 1,600,000
Tapukara, Rajasthan 1,200,000
Narsapura, Karnataka 2,400,000
Vithalapur, Gujarat 1,200,000
Total 6,400,000
Source: Honda press release October 2018

  Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. (HMSI) is a 100% subsidiary of Honda Motor Company Ltd. Despite being one of the youngest players in the Indian two-wheeler market, Honda has become the second largest two-wheeler company in India.

  Honda has four plants in India. Its total production capacity is 6.4 million per annum. Honda 2Wheelers India's rapid growth has propelled it to becoming the No. 1 contributor to Honda's global two-wheeler operations across 120 countries.

  In December 2018, Honda became the only two-wheeler brand in India to cross the 40 million units' mark in the shortest time span of just 18 years. It is the largest scooter manufacturer in India.

  Expansion plan - HMSI has plans to increase its Vithalapur, Gujarat plant capacity to 1.8 million by 2021. In 2021, its cumulative capacity will reach 7 million units.

 

HMSI Production analysis
 HMSI production analysis
(Created by MarkLines using information provided by various announcements and sources)

Product portfolio
  In FY 2018-19, HMSI produced 5.9 million two-wheelers in India. It is the largest scooter manufacturer in India. Scooters accounted for 66.4% of total production while motorcycles accounted for the rest of the production.

Category Engine Capacity Units (Thousands) Production share
Scooter 90 -125 cc 3,916 66.4%
Scooter - Total 3,916 66.4%
Motorcycles 75 - 110 cc 475 8.1%
110 - 125 cc 1,015 17.2%
125 - 150 cc 277 4.7%
above 150 cc 211 3.6%
Motorcycles Total 1,978 33.6%

 

Model wise production in FY 2018-19

Motorcycle
Engine Capacity Model name Units (thousands)
75 - 110 cc CB Twister 9
75 - 110 cc Dream 277
75 - 110 cc LIVO 189
110 - 125 cc CB Shine 1,015
125 - 150 cc CB Unicorn 274
125 - 150 cc CB TRIGGER 3
150 - 200 cc X BLADE 78
150 - 200 cc CB UNICORN 160 17
150 - 200 cc CB HORNET 160R 111
Over 200 cc CBR 250R and other models 5

Scooter
Engine Capacity Model name Units (thousands)
90 - 125 cc CLIQ 13
90 - 125 cc NAVI 28
90 - 125 cc Aviator 69
90 - 125 cc Dio 627
90 - 125 cc Activa 3,011
90 - 125 cc GRAZIA 168

Created by MarkLines using information provided by various announcements and sources

 



Bajaj Auto Ltd.

Production capacity

Plant Location Capacity
Waluj 2,400,000
Chakan 1,200,000
Pantnagar 1,800,000
Total 5,400,000

Source: Bajaj Auto's website and others

  The Bajaj Group is amongst the top 10 business houses in India. The group's flagship company, Bajaj Auto, is ranked as the world's fourth largest three and two-wheeler manufacturers and the Bajaj brand are well-known across several countries in Latin America, Africa, Middle East, the South and South East Asia. Bajaj Auto has three manufacturing plants in India. It has a production capacity of 5.4 million two-wheelers per annum.

 

Bajaj Production analysis
Bajaj production analysis
(Created by MarkLines using information provided by various announcements and sources)

Product portfolio
  In FY 2018-19, Bajaj Auto produces 4.3 million units. They manufacture only motorcycles. The motorcycle having a capacity of less than 110 dominates the production for Bajaj which accounts for 57.4%

Category Engine Capacity Units (Thousands) Production share
Motorcycle 75 - 110 cc 2,462 57.4%
110 - 125 cc 338 7.9%
125 - 150 cc 978 22.8%
150 - 200 cc 330 7.7%
above 200 cc 178 4.2%
Total 4,286 100.0%

 

Model wise production in FY 2018-19

Motorcycle
Engine Capacity Model name Units (thousands)
75 - 110 cc CT 906
75 - 110 cc Platina 678
75 - 110 cc Boxer 778
75 - 110 cc Discover 99
110 - 125 cc KTM 78
110 - 125 cc Platina 6
110 - 125 cc Boxer 18
110 - 125 cc Discover 150
110 - 125 cc CT 78
110 - 125 cc Pulsar 6
125 - 150 cc Boxer 134
125 - 150 cc Discover 1
125 - 150 cc Pulsar 828
125 - 150 cc V 15 15
150 - 200 cc KTM 41
150 - 200 cc Pulsar 262
150 - 200 cc Avenger 27
200 - 250 cc Pulsar 94
200 - 250 cc Avenger 30
200 - 250 cc KTM 10
350 - 500 cc KTM 24
350 - 500 cc Dominar 19

Created by MarkLines using information provided by various announcements and sources

 



TVS Motor Company

Production capacity

Plant Location Capacity
Hosur 2,100,000
Mysuru 1,200,000
Nalagarh 400,000
Total 3,700,000

Source: TVS Motor's website and media coverage

  TVS Motor Company is the flagship company of the USD 8.5 billion TVS Group. Its domestic capacity is more than 3.5 million two-wheelers. It is the only two-wheeler company to have received the prestigious Deming Prize. The company has four manufacturing plants, three located in India (Hosur in Tamil Nadu, Mysuru in Karnataka and Nalagarh in Himachal Pradesh) and one in Indonesia at Karawang. More than 33.5 million customers have bought a TVS product to date. It is the only moped manufacturer in India.

  Overseas plant - Its Karawang, West Java plant in Indonesia has a capacity of 300,000 units.

 

TVS Production analysis
TVS production analysis
(Created by MarkLines using information provided by various announcements and sources)

Product portfolio
  In FY 2018-19, TVS Motor produced 3.8 million two-wheelers, it has a more balanced portfolio for scooters and motorcycles.

Category Engine Capacity Units (Thousands) Production share
Scooter 75 - 90 cc 144 3.8%
90 -125 cc 1,154 30.6%
Scooter - Total 1,298 34.4%
Motorcycles 75 - 110 cc 678 18.0%
110 - 125 cc 281 7.5%
150 - 200 cc 577 15.3%
above 200 cc 30 0.8%
Motorcycles Total 1,566 41.6%
Mopeds 100 cc 905 24.0%
Mopeds Total 905 24.0%

 

Model wise production in FY 2018-19

Motorcycle
Engine Capacity Model name Units (thousands)
75 - 110 cc Radeon 111
75 - 110 cc SPORT 241
75 - 110 cc STAR CITY 319
75 - 110 cc Jive 8
110 - 125 cc STAR CITY 125 185
110 - 125 cc Victor 97
150 - 200 cc Apache 576
250 - 350 cc BMW 24
250 - 350 cc RR 310 6

Scooter
Engine Capacity Model name Units (thousands)
75 - 90 cc Pep + 144
90 -125 cc Wego 59
90 -125 cc Zest 63
90 -125 cc Ntorq 243
90 -125 cc Jupiter 790

Mopeds
Engine Capacity Model name Units (thousands)
100 cc TVS XL Super

905

Source: Created by MarkLines using information provided by various announcements and sources

 



India Yamaha Motor Ltd.

Production capacity

Plant Location Capacity
Surajpur, Uttar Pradesh 600,000
Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu 900,000
Total 1,500,000

Source: Yamaha Motor's website and media coverage

  Yamaha Motor made its initial foray into India in 1985 as a joint-venture. In August 2001, it became a 100% subsidiary of Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd, Japan (YMC). In 2008, Mitsui & Co. Ltd. entered into an agreement with YMC to become a joint-investor in India Yamaha Motor Private Limited (IYM).

  IYM's manufacturing facilities comprise of 3 state-of-the-art plants at Surajpur (Uttar Pradesh), Faridabad (Haryana) and Kanchipuram (Tamil Nadu). The infrastructure at these plants supports production of two-wheelers and parts for the domestic as well as overseas markets. The Faridabad plant is producing auto parts. In May 2019, India Yamaha Motor announced the production achievement of 10 million units in India.

 

Yamaha Production analysis
Yamaha production analysis
(Created by MarkLines using information provided by various announcements and sources)

Product portfolio
  In FY 2018-19, IYM produced 649 thousand two-wheelers. Scooters account for around 40% production and motorcycles for the rest of the production. Motorcycles between 125 -150 cc and scooters dominate the production for Yamaha.

Category Engine Capacity Units (Thousands) Production share
Scooter 90 -125 cc 421 39.4%
Scooter - Total 421 39.4%
Motorcycles 75 - 110 cc 17 1.5%
110 - 125 cc 127 11.9%
125 - 150 cc 468 43.7%
above 200 cc 37 3.5%
Motorcycles Total 649 60.6%

 

Model wise production in FY 2018-19

Motorcycle
Engine Capacity Model name Units (thousands)
75 - 110 cc Crux 17
110 - 125 cc YD125 53
110 - 125 cc Saluto RX 25
110 - 125 cc Saluto 50
125 - 150 cc R15 105
125 - 150 cc SZ 53
125 - 150 cc FZ 298
125 - 150 cc MT 15 12
200 - 250 cc FZ25 37
250 - 350 cc R3 0.7

Scooter
Engine Capacity Model name Units (thousands)
90 - 125 cc Alpha 40
90 - 125 cc Ray 193
90 - 125 cc Fascino 188

Source: Created by MarkLines using information provided by various announcements and sources

 



Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL)

Production capacity

Plant Location Capacity
Gurgaon (Haryana) 750,000

Source: Suzuki Motorcycle's website and press release

  Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL) is a subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan. The Company started its Indian operation in February 2006. It has one plant in Gurugram. In December, Suzuki Motorcycle India achieved a manufacturing milestone by rolling out the four millionth vehicle from its plant at Gurugram, Haryana.

 

Suzuki Production analysis
Suzuki production analysis
(Created by MarkLines using information provided by various announcements and sources)

Product portfolio
  In FY 2018-19, Suzuki produced 742,836 units. Their production is dominated by scooters which accounts for 84% of the total production.

Category Engine Capacity Units (Thousands) Production share
Scooter 90 -125 cc 624 84.0%
Scooter - Total 624 84.0%
Motorcycles 110 - 150 cc 13 1.7%
above 150 cc 106 14.3%
Motorcycles Total 119 16.0%

 

Model wise production in FY 2018-19

Motorcycle
Engine Capacity Model name Units (thousands)
110 - 125 cc Hayate 12
125 - 150 cc GS150R 0.4
150 - 200 cc Intruder 15
150 - 200 cc GIXXER 90
500 - 800 cc GSX-S750 and DL650XA 0.2

Scooter
Engine Capacity Model name Units (thousands)
90 - 125 cc Access 536
90 - 125 cc Burgman 78
90 - 125 cc Lets 10

Source: Created by MarkLines using information provided by various announcements and sources

 



Piaggio Vehicles Pvt. Ltd. (PVPL)

Production capacity

Plant Location Capacity
Baramati, Maharashtra 150,000

Source: Piaggio press release

  Piaggio Vehicles Pvt. Ltd. (PVPL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Piaggio Group manufactures commercial vehicles and two-wheelers in India in Baramati, Maharashtra Plant. Piaggio manufactures and sells Vespa and Aprilia brand scooters in India. Vespa was launched in 2012 while Aprilia was introduced in India in 2016.

 

Piaggio Production analysis
 Piaggio production analysis
(Created by MarkLines using information provided by various announcements and sources)

Product portfolio
  In FY 2018-19, Piaggio produced 96,909 units of scooters at its Baramati Plant. They are the leaders of 150 cc scooters in India.

Category Engine Capacity Units (Thousands) Production share
Scooter less than 75 cc 10 10.4%
90 -125 cc 46 47.8%
125 -150 cc 41 41.9%
Scooter - Total 97

 

Model wise production in FY 2018-19

Scooter
Engine Capacity Model name Units (thousands)
less than 75 cc SR 50 MT 4
less than 75 cc Typhoon R 50 6
90 - 125 cc Vespa 41
90 - 125 cc Aprilia SR125 5
125 - 150 cc Vespa 11
125 - 150 cc Aprilia SR150 29

Source: Created by MarkLines using information provided by various announcements and sources

 



Mahindra Two Wheelers Ltd.

Production capacity

Plant Location Capacity
Pithampur, Madhya Pradesh 500,000

Source: Mahindra's website and others

  Mahindra & Mahindra Two Wheelers Division is a part of the Mahindra Group. It is also manufacturing Jawa brand two-wheelers for Classic Legends Pvt. Ltd., a subsidiary of Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. All these products are manufactured at its state-of-the-art manufacturing unit in Pithampur, Madhya Pradesh. Mahindra & Mahindra Two Wheelers Division has recently acquired a 51% stake in Peugeot Motorcycles (PMTC).

  In 2016, Mahindra & Mahindra unveiled plans to refocus its two wheeler business, to target premium niche segments. With the acquisition of Classic Legends, BSA and JAWA it is all set to enter into previously untapped segments. In 2018, it announced the launch of two new Jawa motorcycles in India.

 

Mahindra Production analysis
Mahindra production analysis
(Source: Created by MarkLines using information provided by various announcements and sources)

Product portfolio
  In FY 2018-19, Mahindra Two Wheelers produced only 7,309 units. They produced 5,233 units of scooters which accounts for 71.6% of total production in FY 2018-19.

Category Engine Capacity Units (Thousands) Production share
Scooter 90 - 125 cc 2 28.4%
Scooter - Total 2 28.4%
Motorcycles 75 - 110 cc and 250 - 350 cc 5 71.6%
Motorcycles Total 5 71.6%

 

Model wise production in FY 2018-19

Motorcycle
Engine Capacity Model name Units (thousands)
75 - 110 cc Arro 2
75 - 110 cc Centuro 3
250 - 350 cc Jawa and Mojo 0.5

Scooter
Engine Capacity Model name Units (thousands)
90 - 125 cc Gusto

2

Source: Created by MarkLines using information provided by various announcements and sources

 



Electric Two-Wheeler Market and Major Player

  In financial year 2018 electric two-wheeler sales almost doubled to 54,800 compared to the previous financial year. Electric two-wheelers have been leading the EV market; estimates suggest they account for 98% of the country's EV sales. As per the FAME II scheme, it is estimated that over one million two-wheelers will be deployed by 2022. FAME II and other policies supporting electric mobility will push EV sales penetration to 80% for two and three wheelers by 2030.

  Electric two-wheelers in India are still in the very early stages, with most of the manufactures either start-ups or assemblers of CKD bikes from China and Taiwan. Although major OEMs like Hero MotoCorp and Bajaj etc have plans to manufacture eBikes, a date for mass production has still not been fixed. Some of the OEMs like Hero MotoCorp and suppliers like Bharat Forge and Greaves Cotton announced investment in electric two-wheeler starts ups.

 

Electric two-wheeler manufacturers in India

OEM Plant location Production capacity Major Products
Hero Electric Ludhiana, Punjab 50,000 Electric Scooter -
Optima E5
Nyx E5
Photon 72V
Photon 48V
Flash LA
Flash LiI
Optima LA
Optima LI
Okinawa Scooter Khushkhera, Alwar, Rajasthan 90,000
(Single shift)
Electric Scooter -
I-Praise
Ridge
Ridge+
Praise
Raise
Ridge 30
Revolt Intellicorp Manesar, Haryana 120,000 AI -enabled electric motorcycle-
Launch on June 2019
Tork Motors
(investment from Bharat Forge)
Bhosari, Pune 20,000 Electric motorcycle -
Tork T6X
Ather Energy
(Investment from Hero MotoCorp)
Bengaluru, Karnataka

10,000

(Planning one million capacity)

Electric Scooter -
Ather 450
Ather 340
Ampere Vehicle
(investment from Greaves Cotton Ltd)
Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu 60,000 Electric Scooter -
V48
V48 Li
Reo
Reo Li
Magnus
Twenty Two Motors
(Investment from KYMCO Taiwan)
Bhiwadi, Rajasthan 10,000 Electric Scooter -
Flow
Yo Bykes
(Investment from The Electrotherm Group)
Kutch, Gujarat 288,000 Electric Scooter -
YO DRIFT
YO EDGE
YO ELECTRON
YO XPLOR
Avera Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh 25,000 Electric Scooter -
RETROSA
Lohia Auto Kashipur, Uttrakhand 100,000
(Electric two-wheeler and
three wheeler combined)
Electric Scooter -
Oma Star
Oma Star Li
AVAN Motors Pune, Maharastra 36,000
(single shift)
Electric Scooter -
Xero
Xero +

Source: Created by MarkLines based on the company's website or media coverage

 



Premium Two-wheeler

  In recent years, India is witnessing an increase in demand for bikes with engine capacities of 500cc-800cc as a result of higher purchasing power, aspiration for luxury brands and evolving lifestyles. The improved infrastructure and better quality of roads are additional factors that are promoting growth. As Completely Knocked Down (CKD) assembled premium motorcycles are cheaper than Completely Built Unit (CBU) imported motorcycles, global premium motorcycle OEMs like Harley Davidson, Kawasaki, BMW, Benelli, Triumph etc. are assembling their motorcycles in India.

 

Premium two-wheeler manufacturers in India

OEM Plant Location Capacity
Harley Davidson Bawal, Haryana 12,000
BMW Motorrad Hosur, Tamil Nadu (TVS Motor plant) 24,000
Benelli Hyderabad, Telangana 7,000
KTM Chakan, Maharashtra (Bajaj Plant) 100,000
Triumph Manesar, Haryana 1,100
Cleveland CycleWerks Pune, Maharashtra 35,000
India Kawasaki Chakan, Maharashtra 16,000

Source: Created by MarkLines based on the company's official website or media coverage


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