The BMW R1250GS stretches in Germany. First Italian is the Ducati Multistrada V4. The Top 50 – News

The BMW R1250GS stretches in Germany. First Italian is the Ducati Multistrada V4. The Top 50 – News
The BMW R1250GS stretches in Germany. First Italian is the Ducati Multistrada V4. The Top 50 – News

Fewer motorcycles were sold in Germany in September than a year ago: 15,500 between motorcycles and scooters compared to 18,268 units in September 2020, it means a drop of 14.9%.

This confirms the trend that began in June, but which must be analyzed beyond the monthly data; in fact, we must remember the strong recovery which took place last summer at the end of the confinement period and which caused a rebound effect on annual sales.

In September, all categories were in red. The motorcycle sold over 125 cc were 8,667 (-16,9%), and it is the segment that counts 56% of sales monthly.
the motorcycles up to 125 they were 3,197 (-15%), then the scooter up to 125 (2,521 units and a -1,3% which is the smallest drop) and the scooters over 125, 1,165 units: -23,6%, the worst percentage figure in addition to the lower volume.

In the decline recorded in last four months, which has mainly affected the motorcycles in terms of volumes, probably counts the shortage availability of some models.

However, it should be noted that i first nine months of 2020 they achieved an extraordinary sales result, with over 182,000 registrations being excellent +21,5% on a 2019 already growing.

But let’s get to first nine months of this year. Total registrations have reached 173.161 unit, i.e. one 5% decrease about the same time last year, but also a gain of 15.5% on 2019.
A year that totaled 165,400 sales at the end of December, a few thousand units less than in the first three quarters of this year.

Total registrations January-September
Segment 2020 2021 % Variation
Unit Market share Unit Market shares
Motorcycles over 125 cc 111.349 61,09% 104.035 60,08% -6,57%
Scooter over 125 15.304 8,40% 13.870 8,01% -9,37%
Motorcycles up to 125 29.572 16,23% 28.673 16,56% -3,04%
Scooter up to 125 26.035 14,28% 26.583 15,35% +2,10%
Total 182.260 100% 173.161 100% -4,99%

So far they have sold out 104,035 motorcycles with a displacement greater than 125, equal to a market share of 60% (it was 61% a year ago) and with a decrease of 6.6%.
Motorbikes eighth of a liter reached 28,673 units (16.6% of the market share), so the motorcycle segment so far the 76% of overall sales.

The scooters up to 125 cc, third commercial force, are the only ones to have grown this year: 26,583 units and one +2,1% compared to a global decline of 5%. More than 125 scooters fell (-9.4%) with 13,870 sales in nine months.

The class 125, in strong growth last year, also holds up very well in 2021 as the downturn is just 0.6%.
Also in Germany the 125 cc are driven with the B license and continue to represent a good proposal in individual urban mobility.

The Top 50 Motorcycles over 125

The ranking of the 50 best-selling motorcycles over 125 cc always sees BMW firmly in first place R1250GS (the standard version and the Adventure are added together in the count) with 8,708 units sold from January to September and a 8.3% increase compared to the number sold a year ago.

In second place the Kawasaki Z900, with 3.826 copies sold and a gain of 5.8%. At the third, another Kawasaki naked, the twin Z650, with 2,674 sales and a +4,5% over last year.

They rank in the Top 50 six Italian bikes, four with the Ducati brand: Multistrada V4 (26th place and 1,079 units), Aprilia RS660 (30th place, 976 units), Ducati Scrambler 800 (dropped to 41st place, 764 examples), Moto Guzzi V85TT (42nd), Ducati Streetfighter V4 (43eseima) and Ducati Monster 950 in 46th position.

Top 50 Moto

Pos. Mark Template Unit
1 BMW R 1250 GS 8.708
2 Kawasaki With 900 3.826
3 Kawasaki With 650 2.674
4 Yamaha MT-07 2.073
5 Honda CRF 1100 AFRICA TWIN 2.018
6 KTM 690 SMC 1.774
7 BMW F 900 R 1.760
8 Honda CMX 500 REBEL 1.696
9 KTM 890 DUKE 1.679
10 KTM 390 DUKE 1.632
11 Yamaha Tenere 700 1.630
12 Honda NC 750 X 1.437
13 BMW S 1000 XR 1.360
14 BMW F 900 XR 1.315
15 BMW R 18 1.272
16 KTM 1290 SUPER ADVENTURE 1.267
17 KTM 1290 SUPERDUKE R 1.227
18 Honda CBR 650 R 1.210
19 Triumph TRIDENT 660 1.199
20 Husqvarna 701 SUPERMOTO 1.184
21 Kawasaki NINJA 650 1.129
22 Honda CB 650 R NEO SPORTS CAFE 1.117
23 Honda CB 650 R NEO SPORTS CAFE 1.102
24 BMW F 750 GS 1.091
25 BMW S 1000 R 1.087
26 Ducati MULTISTRADA V4 1.079
27 BMW R 1250 RT 1.057
28 Kawasaki VULCAN S 1.038
29 Honda CB 500 F 1.022
30 Aprilia RS 660 976
31 BMW R 1250 R 954
32 BMW R 1250 RS 946
33 BMW S 1000 RR 903
34 Suzuki SV 650 889
35 Yamaha MT-09 856
36 Yamaha MT-09 TRACER 835
37 KTM 790 DUKE 820
38 Kawasaki Z 900 RS 792
39 Harley-Davidson STREET BOB 114 768
40 Harley-Davidson SPORT GLIDE 768
41 Ducati SCRAMBLER 764
42 Guzzi motorcycles V85 TT 750
43 Ducati STREETFIGHTER V4 697
44 Harley-Davidson BREAKOUT 114 687
45 Triumph ROCKET 3 676
46 Ducati MONSTER 950 666
47 KTM 890 ADVENTURE R 648
48 Yamaha TRACER 700 644
49 Triumph TIGER 900 RALLEY/GT 638
50 BMW NINE T 627

Top Ten Moto fino125

Sales January-September 2021

Pos Mark Template Unit
1 Yamaha MT-125 2.776
2 Honda CB 125 R 2.648
3 KTM DUKE-125 2.643
4 KSR MOTO BRIXTON BX 125 2.546
5 Kawasaki With 125 1.481
6 Aprilia SX-125 1.434
7 Yamaha YZF-R 125 1.215
8 Hyosung AQUILA GV 125 S 1.181
9 Honda CB 125 F 791
10 Betamotor RR 4T 125 LC 758

Motorcycle brands ranking

Again with regard to the models over 125 cc, the brands ranking sees the German in the lead BMW with 24,654 motor sold in nine months (+6,5% compared to a decline in the segment of 6.6%). It has a market share that has risen to 23.7%, almost one in four motorcycles sold is a BMW and it is the only one to grow this year among the big names.

They follow in second position Honda, with 13,063 units and a -3,7%, and in the third KTM that 10.5% creek and sold 11,869 motorcycles.

In the leading group there are also negative signs Kawasaki (-14,2%), Yamaha (-30.6% discounting delays in arrivals more than others) e Harley-Davidson (-27%).

Ducati is confirmed in sixth place in the standings and with over 5,700 sales earned 21%. Plus 8.7% for Triumph, behind Ducati, and a heavy -45% per Suzuki.

Thanks to the new 660 series Aprilia double your sales by getting a +100%, it’s a +7,8% he also scores it Guzzi motorcycles with 1,560 total registrations.
Benelli and Fantic Motor are also growing in the motorcycle segment as a whole. Aprilia drops by 18% between 125.

Piaggio always stands out among scooters, with 55% of the market share over 125 and with 43% for models up to 125: over 19,000 units sold in total, for a decrease of 3%.

Motorcycle brands ranking over 125

January-September registrations

Mark 2020 2021 % Variation
Unit Market share Unit Market share
111.349 100,00 % 104.035 100,00 % -6,57%
BMW 23.154 20,79% 24.654 23,70% 6,48%
Honda 13.569 12,19% 13.063 12,56% -3,73%
KTM 13.258 11,91% 11.869 11,41% -10,48%
Kawasaki 13.434 12,06% 11.519 11,07% -14,25%
Yamaha 10.995 9,87% 7.626 7,33% -30,64%
Harley-Davidson 9.226 8,29% 6.727 6,47% -27,09%
Ducati 4.740 4,26% 5.737 5,51% 21,03%
Triumph 5.138 4,61% 5.587 5,37% 8,74%
Suzuki 5.287 4,75% 2.880 2,77% -45,53%
Husqvarna 3.179 2,85% 2.753 2,65% -13,40%
Aprilia 1.118 1,00% 2.238 2,15% 100,18%
Royal Enfield 1.896 1,70% 2.022 1,94% 6,65%
Guzzi motorcycles 1.447 1,30% 1.560 1,50% 7,81%
Indian Motorcycle 1.637 1,47% 1.530 1,47% -6,54%
Benelli 512 0,46% 646 0,62% 26,17%
Betamotor 698 0,63% 589 0,57% -15,62%
Loncin (RC) 136 0,12% 387 0,37% 184,56%
FANTIC MOTOR 299 0,27% 370 0,36% 23,75%
Other manufacturers 218 0,20% 328 0,32% 50,46%
KSR MOTO 167 0,15% 310 0,30% 85,63%
Gas Gas 0 0,00% 291 0,28% 0,00%
Zero Motorcycles 282 0,25% 254 0,24% -9,93%
MV Agusta 220 0,20% 210 0,20% -4,55%

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